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THE ARGUS, MOXPAY, APRIL, 17, 1893.
W-0wrn- fifth mne and Thirty
Bnt street. Frank H. PI ammer. agent.
il :05 am. 4;4 m
i ;ZQ pm: a:H Pn
Council Bloffs MtBneso-1
ta Dv Kxpress (
Kansas City Pay Eipras. .
inancu diuui w ,
akxpress , T :40 am T raa pm
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1 ;
bale Express i " m
Kansas City Lic-ited 4:4S am 11 10 pm
Stuart-Rock Island Epre-- S :40 pm W:flara
tfctoine east, tuoint: west.
BrRLINUTON ROOTS-C. B. Vi. StAIo
way Depot First avenne aad Sixteenth
at. J. voting, agent.
M. Loais ipres
Bfc. Loais Express
et Panl Express
Seardstown Passenger .
Way Fretcht (Monmonth) . . .
gtl Panl Expresa
Sterling Freight -
' :4U am
11 : am
7 :!?7 pm
7 :55 am
I 10:38 am I
1 :0 pm I
6:40 pm I
8:45 pm I
10:80 am I
CHICAGO. MI1.WACKKS & ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, E. D. W. Holmes. agent.
Mail and Sxpree..
LtAva. I Aamv
7:O0Ta 19:0J) u.
3:60 pm 11:45 am
. -.4 "til i-l(-ntv
ROCK ISLAND PKOKIA Kilt4i-u;
pot First avenna and Twentieth atreet. .
H. Rockwell. Agent.
Paw Mail Express
Cable Accommodation . . .
BtRlilNUTON, CEDAR HAriDP.
era railwav. depot foot of Brady street.Dav
enport .T.E.Hannegan, Oen.T'k't & Pass. Agent.
Y70f am 7:f'5 pni
2:90 pm. 1 rif PB
9:10 am 3:00 pm
4 :0fl Dm 9 :0ft am
Leave West Davenport.
3 CO am
West Lit'iTtv Train
aDaily. hD.iilv except Sunday .
tioirg Sout b and east
i &6:4 m al :05 am
I 17:2I am bl'i f5pn
... 'blO 41 am
a0:2' pm as :43 am
DIBBCT HOOTS TO THJt
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Is'.and.
Cam ir.de e . .
Galva ... ...
Prlncevill . .
11 :15 am
Bt. Louis -
I 1:1ft pm
. 3:40 pm
' 4 0C pm
! 9:50 pm
i S :S0 pm
1 6 :58 pm
I 7:1" pm .
! 1:30 am
' 7:30 pm
4 :&." pm
10: 00 am
7 : SSam
WC8T BOUND .
Ar. Rock Isiacd. .
10:10 am 3:50 pm
1 :tt pm: 7:05 pm
r.-Accommodatior. trams leave Rock Is and at
:00a. m. and 6.-JO v. m; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
m. and 1 :1S a. m. Leave Peoria 6:00 a. m. and
7 : 15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:95
All tram rnndailr exceut Sandaj.
All passe iger trains arrive and depart union
Free Cnair car on Fast Expres between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Throngn :icets to all points; baggage caecked
Lv. Rock Islaafl '. 9.10 m pm
Art. Revnolds.... ,10.20 am 5.05 pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Accom. ' Accom.
Lv. Oaslo 8-20 am ia.50pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am: 1.45 pm
" Rock Isiand T.55 am 8.00 pm
H. B. 8UDLOW. T-'CEHOrsE
Superintendent 4-t'iTtt. Afoit
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Comer Fifteenth stroat and Third Ave.
S-acceeds the Molme Savings cats. Organized 1969
5 PcrCEXT IMESEST a AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws.
Opcn.from 9 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7toSpm
Pobtbr Skivrcr. - - President
H. A. Aims worth. - - Vice-President
J. F. Hemesway. - - - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth,
O. II. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Ilemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
x$ale for private parties in the I Bait an ,
spot of the weetuy the
Orchard State Bank
or OUCUARD, NEDRASEA.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. b. Dabt Cashier.
Mitchell & Lyndo, Banker.
J. F. Koblnsun, Cashier Rock Island Katiora
C. C. Carter, M . D.
Uenry Datt's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
. . .. Correspondence solicited.
THE NEXT MORNING I FCCL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTEN.
My doctor aaya it acta gently on the stomach,
liver and kidnevs. and Is a pleasant laxative. This
drink la made from herbs, and is prepared tat use
as easily as tr. It Is called
cannot grt it. send yeur address for a free sample.
I.aae'a FamiiT Medlciae moves the sswfls
UdM ARATOK F. WOOUWABD, La Boy. X.Y
I I I IIIMIP
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician Successfully used
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
ssfe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of nn
nrinriiilpd rirufreista who of-
. i i...m.jMnMiiiAlgMflf tbis. Ask for
I (I iiucriu' muuivi...-.- r- - . - .
Cook's Cottom Koot Conpocar, take no substi
tute, or inclese 1 and 8 cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Foil
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, S ftamps. Addrcs
1 POND LILL CCMPANT.
No. 8 Fisher Block, lletroi. Mich.
Sold in Rock Island by Marshall A Fistaei.
per Ilonsie. Uartx fc WHDnscn. aoih street and 8o
ave.. and tirn.'v-sts eve-vwhore.
E. I'AUX ENTER
ATT'KNEV AT LAW Office in Mitchell 4
Lynde's new block.
JA ESO A Gl':s'5.
iTT-JHMOa lTi..i v.flicc in Koca jsi
Ii. VKSIT o t '
'Wi.E.l 4: WALKER,
l rioBSHkf -vNO Cl'SfBLLOHS Al
L lfi-.-- ii- Jsngetoi.'f "look. Rock Island. I...
AT i.W j-oii rr.oiey ..t. i-
nankHrs. i31e:n; rostoaica s.ors
ll ecur.tv, muke collections
S. W. ORELU
t miKNET AT LAW Formerlv of Port Byron.
and during the past two years with the firm of
irowning A Entriken at Molioe, has now opened
.n office in th? oditoriBra bni.dtng, room 5, at
C J. SlABXX. S- W SEAU.K.
VTTOKNEvS an -J Counxellor ar Law and So
licitors tn Chancerr: afllce Btford's block.
J. R. Qoiiowbuso, M, D. Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHYIOIAN8 AND MJRGKON3,
OtKce 40923rd st. Telephone 10ri5 .
Dr. Banh i Dr. Holloa bnsh
9 to 10 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m,
ltoSandtoSp.ro. I i to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
iifflce McCullough Building, 194 W. 3d St.
DAVENPORT, I A.
Hours: X to 11 air: 1 to 4 Bra.
J. F. Myss, M. D. Geo. W. Wbeslkb,;m. D
DRS. MYERS & "WTD3ELER,
n"'.crv hn1 iM.itf of itomfs
ufflce over Krell Math's. Te'ephone 1 148
- office Bocna :
DR. MTtRS I DR. WHEELER.
0 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a m.
to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
es. telephone 1200. Res. telephone, 1190
R, M. PEARCE.
Hoom 33 in Mitcheil A Lynde's new bloca .
OR. J. E. HAWTHORHE,
Teoth extracted without puin by the new
o 17i6 Second avenue, over Krell t Math's.
3RS. BiGXEL & SGHOEMAKER
UitcbeP. & Lynde's Block. Rooms 28-81
Edward L. Hamsun. clabk U. Eupord.
HAVMATT A BUF0RD.
AKCHITECTS, Eock Island, 111 Omce Boom
41, Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
fiats and superintendence for all clas el
Ruoms 58 and 55. Mitchell A. Lyurt.- uailding
Broadway, Cor.Princo St.. New York Citr.
Refitted and renovated undi r new management,
on the European pln.
Room rates $1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the beet in the city at mod
btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pacs the door.
UILDKKTH & ALLEN. Pro's.
W Insane Persons Res tors.
-J 1 Dr.KLINE'8 GREAT
mJ NERVE RE8TORF.B
f-f ..PRAITI NxRva DisaASas. Only mr'
f .i.ullT.H if t.iicen AS dir-ti. 1UM mf:t
.' - it.ve and 5a fial iHHtie iw in
. paying eprctharjicoabox when
--. 1 41 Ml eprr dlts5 at
. :.:.':..'.:.' n St..l'hitAd-lphin.P.
MASTERED IT OVER NIGHT.
$l Ietermined Mocking Bird That Saccecd
1 In Imitating a Hard Cry.
A g.od story about a bird or any
other animal is doubly interesting
if the reader can be sure that it is
not only true substantially, but has
not been dressed out by the writer's
imagination. Such a story is the f ol
lowing, told by Mr. William Brew
ster, one of the best known of
American " ornithologists. He was
spending some weeks at the little
village of St. Mark on the coast of
Georgia. Mocking birds were abun
dant, and being protected by every
one were half domesticated, build
ing their nests in the shrubbery that
surrounded the houses and hopping
about like robins upon the grass
plots and graveled walks. An orange
tree in front of the window was ap
propriated by a particularly fine
His repertory included the notes
of nearly all the birds in the sur
rounding region, besides many of
the characteristic village sounds, and
most of the imitations were simply
perfect. Moreover, he was continu
ally adding to his accomplishments.
An instance of this occurred one
afternoon when several of us were
sitting on the veranda.
A greater yellow legs (a well
known game bird of the snipe and
sandpiper family) passing over the
town was attracted by my answer
ing whistle and circled several times
above the house reiterating his mel
The mocking bird up to this time
had been singing almost uninterrupt
edly, but at the sound of these
strange notes he relapsed into silence
and retreated into the thickest foli
age of his favorite tree. Then we
heard him trying them in an under
tone. The first note came pretty readily,
but the falling inflection of the suc
ceeding three troubled him. When
ever I ventured to prompt, he would
listen attentively, and at the next at
tempt show an evident improve
ment. Finally he abandoned the task, as
we thought, in despair, and at sunset
that evening, for the first and only
time during my stay, his voice was
missing in the general chorus. But
at daylight the next morning the
garden rang with a perfect imitation
of the yellow leg's whistle. He had
mastered it during the night, and
ever afterward it v.-ns ais favorite
The discomforrure of the rival
males in the neighborhood was as
amusing as it was unmistakable.
Each in turn tried the new song, but
not one succeeded.
Harry Edwards and His Specimen.
The late Harry Edwards was an
enthusiastic amateur botanist. On
one occasion he was accompanied by
Mrs. Edwards and a friend of hers
upon a short excursion into the coun
try. As they were waiting at the
station for the returning train, the
two women lounging back in relaxed
attitudes of utter fatigue, the actor
strolled away for a little walk. Pres
ently he came rushing back, his face
full of excitement. "See here!" he
cried, holding up to view a little wilt
ing plant, "Ive looked for this from
Maine to Florida. It's an extremely
rare specimen of the" etc.
The ladies turned their heads lan
guidly in his direction. Mrs. Edwards
said nothing. The other drawled,
"It seems to me a very common
weed." The extinguished botanist
stared in blank anger for a moment.
Then he turned on his heel. All his
rising fury could seize upon was a
loudly uttered epithet. "You're two
cads !" he flung back over his shoul
der. New York Times.
A Woman's Handkerchief.
A woman's handkerchief is so close
ly identified with her that it seems a
part of her presence, and both in fact
and fiction, particularly fiction, it
frequently figures among the keep
sakes of the ardent lover. We have
all thrilled at its discovery upon the
breast of the wounded hero.
It is simply indispensable to every
condition of woman. If she is nerv
ous, Ehe toys with it -, enthusiastic,
she applauds with it; tearful, it is
her friend indeed. Moreover, in seek
ing either to stop a street car or beck
on her lover, it is her signal. In the
latter capacity it contributed largely
toward bringing about one of the
most renowned tragedies of our own
times. Philadelphia Times.
His I'mthumooi Fort I Ilea t ion.
Stephen Langf ord, a wealthy farm
er of Madison county, Ky., has just
had completed for him here a stone
coffin. It weighs about 1,500 pounds
and is made of Kentucky limestone
quarried from Langford's farm. He
is SO years old, but is apparently in
the best of health. Mr. Langford
says that the country around bis
home is overrun with polecats, minks
and groundhogs, and he believes the
only way to keep them from devour
ing his body is to have it buried in a
Etone coffin. Cor.Pittsburg Dispatch.
The prisoner was a tramp arrested
for chasing a watchdog all over the
back yard and kicking him into a
"Guilty or not guilty?' asked the
"1 was only rushing the growler,
your honor." (.'
"Sixty days." Detroit Free Press
Working Days of tbe World.
"The Working Days of Different
Nations" forms the subject of some
interesting data given by a Polish
statistician. Orthodox Russia, with
her numerous saints' days and secu
lar holidays, naturally stands at the
head of the list as the least laborious
of civilized nations.
The names of the countries enum
erated, with the number of their sta
tutory working days, are thus given:
Interior Russia, 267; Canada, 278;
Scotland, 275; England, 278; Portu
gal, 2S3; Russian Poland, 288; Spain,
290 ; Austria and the Russian Baltic
provinces, 295; Italy, 298; Bavaria,
Belgium, Brazil and Luxembourg,
300; Saxony, France, Finland, Wur
temberg, Switzerland, Denmark and
Norway, 302; Sweden, 304; Prussia
and Ireland, 305; United States, 306;
Holland, 308, and Hungary, 312.
If these figures be approximately
correct, they are, to say the least of
them, not a little surprising. While
the orthodox Russian, who knows
his saints' calendar by heart, is the
least laborious, the Hungarian car
ries the honors for unremitting in
dustry if he indulge in only one day's
relaxation exclusive of the whole
year's Sundays. Lodz Gazette.
Look me in the face ! My name is 'Might
I am alas called 'No-more,' 'Too-la'e, 'Fare
well !' "
The poet who wrote the above, mutt have been
In the last stages of consumption. Perhaps he
I ad only learned, for the firet time, that if he had
taken Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical discovery in
his earlier illness, he would never 1 ave reached
his present tuneless condition 1 What can be
more sad than a keen realization of what "might
Physicians now afmit that cicsnmption is
simply scrofala in ths blood attacking the Ibck
tissues. It is never safe to allow the blood to
remain impure, an I it is especially reckless, when
such a pleasant, harmless remedy as Dr. Pierce's
Golden Meiicsl Discovery will drive every taint
of scrofula or impurity from the system, canMug
a current of healthy, rejuvenating blood to leap
throngb tbe veins.
When Baby was sick, we gave uer castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she becamo Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Fozzoni's Powder; there is noth
ing equal to it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop "the cough
It is very difficult.
t o convince
a medicine is
"nice to take"
is not experi
enced in administering
of Cod Liver Oil. It is
almost cs palatable as viilk.
No preparation so rapidly
builds up good flesh,
strength and nerve force.
Mothers the world over rely
upon it in all wasting diseases
that children are heir to.
Prepared by Scott ft Bowne. N. V. All drncci'ts.
Waeb.es every thing from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tuJ: Lacecurtaine a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Tleihone No. 1214
Car. Michioaa Ave. aad Monro. St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH IHOTRUCTIOM. CHKAP oa.OIMA.
flsgsntfireproof building w vwiwwe V-f.
M W a w - "1 m m I at f j
FOR IT JMS STCQD !. . rO
of all w soups "QimQiZtisiMz
wis "mmmm& is 7 mi
p Ttti nam cs arri-f A:yp
No wonder fkmrn's 8&HI-
A. D. HUESING.
Represent among other time-tried and wel
known Firtlneurance Companies be following:
Koyal Insurance Company, of Eneland.
Weecheeter Fire Ine. Company ol N . Y.
BnSalo German In. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Inn. Co., Rochester. N.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Bin Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Secnrttf Ins. Co.. New Hnven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee. Wit
Serman Fire Ina. Co., of Peoria, III,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets .
Fire, Life, Tornado-l
Employer's Liability :z
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFF1CB Room 21, Mitchell. Lynde's block
Hock Island, Ills,
larsecure uor ratea: they will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bates ae low as any reliable company can affore.
Yonr Patronage is solicited.
T. H. THOMAS.
3 TO 6 DAYS.
fAH ABSOLUTE CUBE R3r
WILL not eiAuatk
PJ KltTURc. AbK FOP I
!i.C C5 SO PAIN, NOSTA.K.
Cf-oral i-hccioal (a.
.... nu i-jorta.
f If tron bled with GonorrhosflLl
r Gleet, Mr'hitee.Sperrnatorrho;al
for any uunatural discharge aakt
fyonr drtiggUt for a bottle of
IBie O. It cures In a few davs
I without the aid or publicity of a
L guaranteed Dot to stricture.
i Th Universal American Curt.
The Evans Chemical I
Estate of Jaime fox. j
The uudprpiened harirp h.-
iterator of the ectatc ' ri ' "-"'
of the county of Rx k I-i.-imi. ,
wwJ, hereby iiive? notice' V. ''
before the rour.tv court f iV.. ...-kJ
ty. at the office of the n. rL- ..:.-
the city of Hock U'.and. at ;tv
the first Monday in j,!n. .' v, ,'. ""'.';
time all pen-on? l.avin; ciu it.. s..' '
tate are notified and requv.vd "
purosc of having the at:ie i 'iu.v
roaae immediate paymrLtto thetit.-.-i'.''
Dated this -Jnd dar of Mar-:u A. D "
HENRY 1. WIIEEI.AN. AJav,-,
Estate of J;um r. M .
Thenndersipned havii.f been J
tar of the hist will atd ti -:nii-t .. t'.M
Mahoncy. late of the o-.i.riv of -'e. J
tate of Illinois, decea'cil. h."r.-h - ."A
that he will appear hi fore Th C'.-.' rt".l
Rock Island county, at the oif.ee rf ;if Jl
raMMwi..., u iui; 1.11, nffK E
Jnne term, on the f.r?t li.rHi, ..
at which time all pernor,- kT:tr'c:.:ri it
!m.iu ..-i.il. .ivum.utuBmi rvtJTifr.tt-c . J
for the purpose of havine tho racc :i:rl
persons inaeDtea to aid eU'.'.- arc rw,:
inane innicuiBic paymem To inc at(ie".ii.
VM. E. KLINEFELTER, Eik:
STATE OF ILLINOl!i. (
Hock Island C'uLSTr,
In the Circnit Court, in Chta-;
May term A. D.. l-w.
Mary Peterson vg Ernest lYitrniti.
Affidavit of non-residence of E:ut P -the
alKve defendant, hsvir; tcn ( .
clerk's office of the circuit court. not:r. ni-J
given to the said non n ficitrt cfciaf al
compninani cien cir dh; 01 eociriiti: x i
conn, on ine cnancery p:tie tnereot.o
entcenth day of March. lS'.i'i. Ld tht
a summons issued out of said court. abec,
suit is now pending, rtttimablc on toe :
day in tne moctn or xj in-, as if rr
quired. Now, unlc 6 you. iht' .r.d b.-t.V
oefendant above named, i-bail rM?rsor
appear before said circuit court pe titi:-J
the next term t Herein, to te no.d'T. :&-. I
and in and for the paid cuur.ty. rn ttciT:
day in May next, and pliad. aiw. r orccl
the said complainant's bili of cos.p t:st.J
and the matters and thin:: thtr.in turrl
stated will be taken as cunt. nl, tn:
entered against you accorciuz t" 'Jietii i
GEORGE W. GAMBLE a"
Rock Island. Illinois. March 17.
Jackson & Hcbst. CJrop!ai::an'.' So. . ;
STATE OK ILLINOIS.
Rock Island t'ofKTT. t "
In the county court of said county : s S
Term. A. D. lbffi.
J. R. Johnston, ailniin:fTr.itor tothei-i
Thomas B. O'lionneil. deit-:i.cd. v-
O Donoell. Patrick O Konr.i 1'. M.c.'.st. 0I
Mary Fitzfihhons. JsmrS iVPoi.rei;. VU
. . . . ..n v ft '.-i
ii uonreii. juury kj ioi.m-.i .i.i.--Nora
O'Dntinell. .loiin F. o Do; !
O'Uonncll, Minnie J. tcEonne".!, sr.'! Ki:
Affidavit of non-resider.ee "f the
O'Donnell. John F. O'Hor.ne'i. M2--':e
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora oT'oli.i . Vi;'
O'Donnell, James O'Donnell. I'atrKK "'
and Mary Allies t)'Dnneli. 1ui;l.-1s :
the office of the cictk of sa:l c"r.ty cc .!.
is hercbv given to the s.iiii ri'r.(' U;
Marv O'Donnell. Maur ce iT" ;.!:( . '
O'Donnell. Macsiio O'Dnr.i.t 11. M r.i.i" . t
cell. Nora O'Donnei', Mary A-'.- -:!
Jami O'Donnell heirs ol tles-a-l
O'Donnel!. deceaseil tfc.it t .e -
Johnston, administrator I the -
B. O Dor.uel!, decca'i .-d. CU--: :t
court "u the 17ih day of V:iriti. A
petition making the said IVtr.i
U nonneii Maurice u .' u:i ! ...
Vb-V t.'Doim Ii. !:mk
Nor.nl'Dour.ell, Mary A-i:t u I'.i.
O'Donnell, and others, ih !i..it.t". 1
order direi ties: him to e!! f.-rt-.e j :
in;; tbe debts of said es-'.ate ti.. ' 1
real eetate. to- it :
Thecal halt' of the nortl.wis:
east half of the aotithufs: ..'
twtntyone (21) tor.-h:; t..h h
ranire three ea-t of the " '
meridau, as es'ablished hyt .i-.- r .:
of tbe United fctates situsi'ed it; 'i
Hock Isiand and Wh;t si.le as i-t-the
two said counties hav.ni ' ' :
but subject to the rluht of
Kock island Jt St. Iuis !:.:'
following dewri!eii real -s-ia: ;
A certain tract or l arnl ' -west
inatter of the r.orihwi- ,-;
twent) -eiclit Cifi) in towr ti;i r : .. 1
ranire thr.-e (.) east of tin' 1 i;""
ridian aril di sxr.bid as follows to i
Hetiunitu: two hucilrt .1 si '
teutus f-.o S-l ft el ;t "t 'ti
lions twenty, D,iwct.ty-f. .-':,
if i. and twenty-nine (.".'l ;n t e
said, ihcuce south one hui.e.rtu .
(; feet, theme ct:hty-s: a: u
(3) decrees, ea-t one h'.;n'ln-1 ": ;
llii feet, th. ni-e north twt-,.t? .
fonrth (2!'-4) we?t two laaKlK't m-: -feet
to the section line. i"'","r'l,fi
lire fiftv-uine aid one-tmni ' '
place of bcir'Eiiiti -"itnated n; 'he. ' , :a
L'riek conntii-s t.f heck l-.at..i
state of Il.ir.ois. . ,
That a sntnmoiis tl.oreui" u ; X-..r
court against the above r.met dt. i r,-t
able ou the rst dy of the let "
ccurt to be hi id at the roar: t
on tbe first Monday of Apr 1 A -1
the law required, wh.ih si.;t '"f?.
unlts you appear in said coi.rr. t : -ti,
the IfMy term thereon to ! ';r:
house ill the city of U.c; Ir ': , 4 I
and state, oil the first Mor.Lo 1 . u,,.
and plead, answer or demur. '' '.j c,i'
tn filed, the same Wiil 'e ; " '."1.-ii':
avaicst yon. and juri;.'311 r;
entered accordiuslj". jij
Dated this lSih day of Mi-' -!- A o '
H.IALMAK Ki'ii'. --
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