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THE ABGUB. MONDAY, APK1L 13 1896.
3 Notice of Final Settlement- Vat rf TlH)in n. O'nwnrll. TVeraard. Para'; imtlct l Hrrrhy riTn thrlthe ouiVr- frnart. tlnimMri'iif .r tb eUt cf Tbraia M. t'imni)l. la thi day Hied III flnmi rprt and ajttlrmni a. k!i to tM eoucty court I Hoca Uland cwntj. and that an etiter baa a atrrl a ail cvart aiprwi tbe raid re pert. iin!a obi -rt'un UKrato or caea ta m titfary be pawn os rr b fura tM Mb day of April. A. l. IIHB, and apxu tb faal ep proval of aaid report, to raid almiilrra'' .'1 ah f.r an eru.r ,f diTriiotnii. u4 will airoark t M ii har.- iL Ail ptraun liraicaud an no UScd Ui'.iidI. Bock UltoJ, VU Hare 10, IS'. J. 8. JuBurms, A1m.ntatratf.rtf 0 tiUUtf Iboaai B. U'flm- Mil, datJ. Executor's Notice. Vrtate ef Jaob Wirime. dceeitard. The BTirleralrned barter Nej apryvlr.ted r ren. tr rf the !t will aiiii.laiantof Ja-nb VYil.mr lal of th tn-'ety of Ho" la:anl. tt nf I i:anl. ilWriar.1. herrbr rtra notice that k will auar hfwthfuMcornf Hnch llwi ecneiv. at lb efrW -t II rr of eeld enert, la ti. . ef Krak land, at tt. .Inr.e trrm.oe tn St Mrm.'mr In -Ian twit, at which tlmt II prri haln rlaima arairiat nirt r.tate arr r"lild aed rril4 to attend, fif tba pBrpor f barlna the wisr adj'tated. All liflWII la-lcMrrf to (t!4 aBt Br M trdioKiakc Imaudta. pjment to the under Burned. Dated Uia 3d day of A; ill. A. D- lfS. Anna Wtuaa, Ixrcctrlx. Notice of Final Settlement I rtatc of I'ttrUk ttrcnoao, deceived. puMic retire l hrhy r'r. n tbnt t. urVer piirr4. 1 amia B H-My. anmlrl.t-aor. La th e. It 1 b' ibi' rpof ! .-it.eBi.nt aerocb In tli. conrty enrt if itivcc la'a-.d caD:r. and ut an Mill r b vra n rel braaideoa tip ?invi' fftbti uti'l report tirlf-9 ol J xiiotfl thpfw t or r.itpr t tbe rntrrr b horn on or b-forr ti o -riltir of ronri on tl 2 th dav of April A. i.. lwl. ai.'l ajKin tuq f.Bl a;iruvul of raid rc pt.rt Mio -iil Ibifnia M ttri :j. atininitraiir will a-a lor an ordi r of di-t' h'itiin, and will al a-ki'd v r d erhtrert. All pctint liitir tft'l art ItrHflr rl t attrtii. Ik latant. 111.. Al.nl 4, I'Wt. T. B Itnnr, A-'roinl'tiaV r cf lb- rt.te of P-trlca Brcunan di crirfil. Fnbllcation Notice ktatf: ok ili inui.i Kc I-i adk toi'UTT, I Mr!.nil.'. .. Arthnr Mci) nai.l, Indian t.rr. AMMavlt n'nifi-re't'l-ii'e of rtbnr i-Dona'it, tlin arK'T- .ifin'iurr, balnir bii filr-.l in tht 1 1 ra' ! of tu rir -nilmurt of raid rmir.ty.ii"-llr- itf.f h-rlv uivi'ii l'i th ! rmi-n!-! d- nt itf'fi-i.ti.inl t ri n t tltt tomtiNinnrJ tl'ril hrlrl' t f rimjIaitil in d rnrt. on tbw cbnnri-ry rli!--thrriiif, on I ha 1 7th tJ lit P.rrh, tsi ami thit ibm ntiti a piiiftnoi a 1.4rnl out rf r'tl fT'turt. berio raiil rnit I ni rdlDi;. r'iurn a'i e on the Crrt Mfri'!af in lh rinr.th o' Mijr, th tan br,( Cmt d.ir of ra d Xi) Ur.a tirzt, a la or Nw tt lirod. Now, tinlve y.u, tho raid rwo-rrpnUnt d ?cn i ant a.v f.annl aliail irronallr he an iliir rM'Tcm aatd clrru.t eoiirt, on tlio ftrl iliy i'f thn rrat l-rm torn-of, to be no:i!-n a K"a Irtnd tn and fcr th rut-i ronn'y, rn the t'fth day la Way nvxr, atl pltal, atiwc? r drmnr to lb rail eoftipltiriant' bill ol ramii'aint. the rime and lh aittirir &td lhlti;' Ihrrin ciirre1 and rtaid will he tak.-n an con l -I, and a di'trrvenir-rrd avainrt you accord tti to th praivrof rant bill (rKoiuia W. ClBur. Cltrt. Kork Itland, llt aiarch. ii, 1V. V. J. Ham a, Cooioialnin'.'a Solicitor. rul)!!cation Notice. 7.ti tr u.i initiH, i Kora lLaau nrT. 1 Intlir rlrrult f m.rt, Kay tern, l;W5. J iTi irm-I.-i'-r llrrr thniiaef, Jr.. 5ne A lla.r'ny. Ji.bn M r.l!er. Uohrrl Tiirla-r, Marv .omiiib, 'h tul Wataoa Cbrtaiioc t;arlnrr l'i l.anr.t ry. Allufavit cf r.ob rrrllerco cf Sna A IWrla. Jonn M ttm-lrt- r, llobi-rt ttn ar, MarrNr et'tih, y-miitf WiIpmii. t'hrittn ttarOntr. tliv atnv d 'etiilirta. aavtrv hren fll.'d in t ie elrrh'r i fll-H-nf th cimiit rort of raid eonnty, atitir t ih'rriim hereby ciTrn ti the mid con reMirit ilt'tt-ritat.'a tn.tt the eomulainar.l A ed liir b.tl if romp' .lint tn rild ciejrt. on m rhiocrry a1! thereof, n l!ie l.tn ilat of Jjnnary, l!rl. alio tli-tl ttiiri)Ma a 'ininioii irord out of rid r-mrt, whrfvln aald iitl l row peneira. retnmv hi- on t Prt M"ndty In tb atonth of Mry hr-il. n ! by law reoi.l-rd. Now. atileaa yoo. IN aid riiM-rr-iiirrt it. raiUnta iNwt nameil, rhall prrieiilf be ar-l aprar r-fora the raid rirrnit cirwrt oa the bral tiny of the real Unin thrreof. to he boMca at Hoik I -land tn a: d fr lb raid ennat. on tl.w irrt ond-iy ia i-ir, rr-xr, aad iU-ai, anrwrr or d-ajior to !h riolifeaat, bill of c milaint. tb mna ai'-t th atatier a-d th'riira thrrela char"d and ltt will he takm a eorferetd, a-id a drrn enieml avainat yoa aicurdix-aT to the praruraaa ant. MCOnGB ir.OA5HlLK.Ork. Huak IrUad, HU Virch i, 1SA-V- HTraoar ii Jt atanani.t. Complainant"! Bclicltut Fub'ication Notice. TATIt ILLINOIS, I Km-a bun Coctitt. I In th m tinly mart a! the Jnnc tim, A. D . !". tbarir It rrri!rnt tit? Mry A t.itt. w!d i . J, ni le lei -r JmihW tiitt. watt ! l-'nl f-nh l.lam", i :! I, ill. J. .In It l'U i,r K l.. Mi Kit. 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A II . l-l, at which tl aa ami p aee rn will afprr ar.l i irv", anrwer or de aiur to ra d pttlil.ta if y.-u nr fl'. rat. t ar H.ik la a-.1.11 thln ,,Tof ApilU A. .- l--w Hi.lXAK hi.lll.tR, f lerk of 1 1. 1 1 vui.t . i yi irL KwttaiT JtH ilkm, bolKitura lm IMittnuar Publication Notice- TAT Of ILLINokx, . HocalruKoCouuTT, r. I t In lb Cfrctill coutt. May terra, I'M. Is chin eery. Portrr fkltirer. c-mplaitnv, n-iH-y ftrr. old. lona U Keyr.01:. urn nryr.e.e. hi.-l.. 1 h.-txi.. Jr. I.ar M 1 banai.n AmanJa O hr. r..l.it ar.l Ki'rba P Heralo, Jr. x,t it r ui ilvr ,,, a. will and ttiumnl of kiirb P Ki,- a..:.l.. ar. Ail'ilartt rf o-reHrBC of th d.-f. L.i aiim, llrtn'T Hyooiil., J.ii II l-i ir, k. -rro-ita. K.lrha I" Keja -Ma. Jr. aniE.ia aP I.. ii.Mv Jr. irct r ai der ti e lt win sad t. -u-u. rt or r..ll)a P Henrl.'., r. lmp.rn.U il win, t abote nami-1 i.fnan. Llc. M i. hm run ai,. A ir.au! a O fccynolcl.. haTliij bvrnnV.l In t'. rli.rk'a i'1e ( tb f i-ru't nnrt of ran! ri'in'r a.,n,x-1 1 heretore ben-b c ea i the raid m-.-ri .nt. t rrfr&dante that tbe eomi-Uiuact f rl h-.a 1.1", of romplalnt ta aid omit, on the vi, ,.. . n t, eef. oe the Tiia y er r am an. i , thai t!,rrr(on arumaioe 1eid en; . t ... .1 n ri. wbrr, tn aaid lt l now tet.d ta. r. nr ,.M m the arrt aarl aaxt ay term Th. r,-, t, t.vii : a tba fiM.r'-b eay of May tie- . hi u r, quiird ?ow.ni.ln yoa. t.Se vaid r. ,1.1,1 0- frr.darta abuTw tuaed. Bet el.er ,i. j. (,; i;yf.,U.. Can feynolda, tllala p lri,.;,i., Jr. aa.d aitah P Ryeoil. rxerntcr r l,,t m and ietarBei.t of Knaba P1i.)iiWi, br. rha'l pirea.ly b rad appear K.f.in thv al1 elrratt court, on tbe trt .lay of tle ,n tarraof, to ba Kodcn at rwk l r.t tn 4 f,ifea conrty, on tt fearlb uay ri rxu and pbad. anewrr or drmnr w th, .aid r.wri lain. 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Vireaee of I to oi.e. jo-Bta and maK'.. Jpt.;1C,,I laaaclte . bevrry ft. refa.a aaat t forma Th. - 'a a bts..redoiber fornw of dieraae are traerabie 01-eo T or ii.n- y 10 stj.hi lite Bl.-d Po-auo for a bub lb 4r. JwIkh', Kb ; rrty Tab let, ta a aari praTra-a'ir. and la a rat G,m Killer, rand, r n ros-Ud on bard y loMtt.lc. hence I a rata. If rxv'riteti ra.h rroabi- rreuli fa'al ly. nta'led rywt.re, reatrd :; an hnxr for tA A. J. Malea, reurtA aa aid ard at . k.-. l- f. DANCED INTO A TITLE. With Twinkling Feet Nina Captured Carl's Affections. TIEXXESE SCCIETT SCANDALIZED. Count von XIIclzaancf of tho Acatriaii Army Elopea VTith a Itallet Dsscer lie Baa a Great Kane; Sho Has naro Beam. ty Married In New York. The culmination of n Foclr.I Et nnt!pn which has apitatiiJ vfcn court circles of Vionna for tfomo timo occurrcil in Xcrr York the other tiny in the niaTTtnee of Count Carl von KirlninnsctTi:, lii'ittcnact of the S-vctith ri-cittirtit Austrian lira- coons', and Nina Cmiti, tiritiripai tiaimr of tho IntiKTijiI 0n-ra nt Viixr.i. There i3 no ninn ciuIufIvo circle in tho world than tlmt f t!i ) As.-tvinu court. It has no ruin so rtriclly enforerd ns that which declares that no im inliiT of it thc!l marrv licnrath liisrutik. Kvrn left linndt d marriapes nro frowr.rrt tipcm. Norr r.nrl then a i:it-!nler of tlipcirclohasabandoucj everything for love. Thi ro v.-as Archduke Otho, v'!.o would Lo tlio heir apparent to day had l.o not CUapiu-nrcil Tfitlt 11 stacro younK wottiau. ArchdnUo Otho ii suy- powd to ha'.o died 111 Chile. Count ill von Kiflinansecir occupii-d a riTotuinent place in t!io court circle. 11:3 father owns many valuable es'ates in Aus tria uud Germany and is said to ho worth $3,000,000. Tito young man has valuable property in hi own rumo. Then ho was reparthid as a handsome man. Ho is ver7 tali. His chest is thrust out liko a pouter pigeon's, his laek curves in, and ho has a little waist. He has a sweep ing military mustache and side whiskers of a beautiful blond hue. Count Carl first tsaw hri nt rracuo. The I'mjicror went thither on a visit, so of coursotho count and tho Imperial Opera went alonp, hag and basfrnne. .ina Coutn was at her licst, aud clio dancd stniiht into tho heart of Count Carl. Of coursn thn kindly friend introduced hint to her tho following day and tho lieu tenant of drngo'ins promptly hocamo tho ballet dancer s slavo. The picture doesn't KIN A CONTI, THE DANCER half do her jttstleo. It fliows her strong, muscular dancer's legs moro than any thing else. It iiivos no idea of the gnat brown eyes, tho smooth clear check, which is like claret land crenny ntiamlngled. There Is not! She slightest sttggcHtion of iter dainty ways, nor the charming way in whii-h sho tulks Gorman, French and Engl'it-h. When the emperor nnd tho opera com pany returned to Vienna, Count Carl asked his father to transfer hiin to the capital. Tho old general promptly consented. Of course ho had not tho slightest suspicion of the truth. It wasn't long before nil Vienna was talking a!xut Count Carl's Infatuation fi'T Nina Conti. His father hear J about it nnd ho summoned his son. "What nro you going to do with Iho lial let dancer?" demanded the general. ' I wish to marry Mllo. Conti," said Count Carl. The general laughr 3. Pitch a thing was so ridiculous that he could hardly compose himself sufficiently to give the young man a lecture. Tho young man nnd tho pretty Conti were together each day. Tho rejiort spread tiiat Count Carl was going to marry the dancer. He admitted it, but his brother oilicers denli-d it for him. They could not believe that such e thing could lie possible. Count Carl told a few friends that he and Nina Conti wcro going to run away. This caino to tho curs of General Kir! uiauscgg and he was furious. His wrath broke over Count Carl. He shouted that no sun of his should disgrace tho house of Klelntansegg. which Is &O0 years old and ' equal to tho house of H.ipsburg. Ho said many things totally unlit (or publication even in German. In tbe end Count Carl was sent to n private Institution. His friends explained that he was suffering from nervous pros tration, lie remained in the place several weeks. v .In the meantime pressure was brought to bear upon the damrr. Dtfore t lie de cided Count Carl came to her and said tiiat be proposed making her his wife, court or no court, and he didn't enre a snap for etiquette and laws which sought to interfere with a man marrying the woman of his choice "There 1 enly one thing for ns to do," tie said to bis sweetheart. ''We must go to America. We can't get anybody in A astria to marry as. I h-e friends In New York." Nina Coat kissed him and said she would go anywhere with him, but the re- Il7 Tirefrrred America to nil other placett Eo fIic canceled her eucnui-mrnt in Im prrinl Opera, nnd tho court resigned his Icstl claim to tho titlo of majorats herr and tho lion's sharo cf tbe estate, which go to tU yonngcr brother. Having orranged these matters, Connt Carl and Nina Conti went to Hamburg, where thry took passage for A tnerica. Old friM.ls met thcui in New York and raw then, safely married by a Lutheran minis ter. They are having a very qoict honey moon now in tho Austria-Uunpuriau col ony of Gotham, surrounded befriends who care not a Cr for the social edicts of tho Viennese court. Nina says she Is very happy. But the desire for tho blinding plaro of tho foot lights and to hear the putter of enthusiastic hund.s is strong upcu the youn Countess von Kcknr.nsegg, fir sho caunot forget that sho is Nina Conti, the dancer. Sho is one of those who cannot cast out the stage virus. io it may be that she will dance in this country. Site has had many offers. There is no financial isccessity for this. Nina Conti has trunk? full of lV.ris gowns and boxes full of jewels friO.oco werth. And she has bonds nnd other thi::,s that mean money. Sho is, in fact, independ ent. Now that she is a conntess ghn can spend n part cf fci r husband's iccome as well, fcr ids persctal estates in Austria give him n considerable revenue. They arc not suro what they will do. The count has a year's leave from the army. He says there is no reason for hurry. A Wekd Story. In tho mnseum at Capa Town !j shown an old f.ishiaued,' high backed wooden chair to which attaches a weird story. It is related that the chair is ono in which tho Dutch governor Do Noordo was found sitting, dead, a few moments after tho ex ecution of a soldier w hom lie yer.teneed to bo hanged, and who on his doom being pronounced solemnly called upon his con demnor to accompany him to the throne of tho Supremo Judgo. Tea For Embalming Pnrpmics. Lovers ol afternoon tea will hardly np preciato tho grewsomo reminder that tea leaves are much used in China fur preserv ing corpses. Well to do Celestials often embalm tho mortal remains of a specially loved relative in a chest of tea, which pro serves the body far many years. WHd MARP.IED A TITLE. MRS. COLLIGAN HELD ON. Boiled Down Stairs With a Burglar In the Dark. ' To Mrs. John Collipan of Jersey City must bo accordi-d the distinction of being tho most accomplished burglar suhduor of all end of tho century women. She not MUS. COLLICAX. only collared her thiof as ho was making otf with tioo in his possession and he was a powerful young ruflian at that but she held on to hint and fought him to a standstill in a dark hallway until hocried for mercy. Sirs. Colligan fonnd the man in her fla$ 1itoat night. '-Who are yon?" she de manded, laving her hand on his shoulder. For answer he struck her In the face. Mrs. Colligan seized the man by the coat collar. Ho dragged her toward tbe stairs, raining blows ujwn her with his fists. Mrs. Colligan only tightened her grip. On the stair landing tbe man cried, "Lot go or I will throw you down the stairs!" He leaped toward the stairs. Mrs. Colli gan went with him. Down tbe stairs they rolled. At the bottom the burglar slipped off his coat and in that way freed himaelf from the woman's grasp. He dashed to the doorthat opened to the "tract. It was locked. Mrs. Colligan was again npon him In an Instant. She drag ged bira to the floor. Over and over they rolled from one end of the ball to tbo other. The burglar's strength gave ont just as Mr. Colligan camo in to see what tbe racket was about, fie called a policeman, and tbe war waa ores; " A REAL NEW WOMAN. Clever lira. Utile R. Pardee of Salt Lake City avod Her Clerkship. Airs. Lillio R. Pardee ot Salt Lake City, who has been recently elected to the secretaryship of the senate of the new state of Utah, was born in. Septem ber, 1?64. Sha is a native of Ohio, and was grad uated from Bnchtel college, where she .received the highest hctaors ever given to a graduate of that institution. Until her marriage four years ago she was pro fessor of Greek and Latin and instructor in the gymnasium of the same college. Her maiden name was Lillie B. Mocro. James D. Pardee, an attorney of Salt Lake City, is her husband, and they have a daughter 3 years old. Mrs. Pardee is a type of the younger generation of gentile women. She was brought into prominence dnring tho lntn. Liixtr. r. PAnnFF rreparations for statehood thronsh her gifts as an orator. She has a fine stage presence anil a rich, sonorous voice of great carryii:s power. Sho was appointed secretary of thn Repnbliean county com mittee and r.ft:rwarl waa nominated by tho county convention for a scat iu tlto senate of tho new state. Owing to tho decision of the Utah supreme court against the legal right of women to voto at tho recent election, Airs. Pardee voluntarily withdrew her name from the ticket, iu order not to endanger the interests of her party in the legislature. The president of the senate in recom mending Airs. Pardee for secretary of the scnttto said: "I recommend Airs. Pardee by reason cf her fitness for the place. I coiisider ber work in the com mittee rooms fully np to the standard of anyaiau.s. In private life Airs. Pardee is woman ly aud unassuming in manner. She has undoubtedly a career of brilliancy and usefulness beforo hor. The KfTcct In Xcw Zealand. Airs. Hirst Alexander, a well known Australian journalist, now making n short visit in Loudon, says that marked good effects havo followed enfranchise ment of women in New Zealand. The premier of Now Zealand, Hon. Richard J. Seddou, and the principal journals have all acknowledged, sho says, that the inunence of women dnring the elec tions nnd after has been beneficial. The women have turned their attention to ameliorating the conditious of pris ons, promoting the welfare of childron and other measures with which they are especially qualihed to deal. Giving tho voto to women has in no wite disturbed tho even tenor of their domestic ways, and there is no synip torn that it has rendered them at all "mannish. " The New Zealand govern ment bus opened a woman s labor bu reaa in Welliitfton, with a woman as manager. Several ladv doctors have a good practice, and Airs. Alexander spoke witu justifiable pnUo of the good record made by women at the recent examina tion at the Alelbourno university, where they stood at tbo head of several class litis and carried off a large percentage of the honors open to won and women alike. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidnevs will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate, and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and jiving tone to the or gans, thereby aiding- nature in tbe performance of tbe functions. Elec tric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exact! v what they need. Price 50 cents per bottle at liartz & Ulle meyer'a drug- store. 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