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TTTTy ARCxTTS," TUESDAY. APBIL 4, 1899.1
"Estate of Frederick Schneider, deeeased.
Tbe undersigned baring been mppotated
executrix of tbe last will ud testament
f Frederic Schneider, late of tbe
eountT of Rock island, mile of Illinois,
deceased, hereby given notice that she will I
appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, mt tbe county court room- (n
the city of Kock Island. mt tbe May
term, on the first Monday in May next.
at whlcb time ail persons bvic claims again I
aid estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of havicr the same ad
justed. All persona Indebted to aaid estate I
are requested to make Immediate payment
to tne unaerstirnea.
Dated tb-s 7-.Q dsy of March. A. DL IS9B.
Kc.in.csuc ITTHBB. i--xecutrix.
Estate of John Wilton fh-ury deceased.
Tbe undersigned bavin been appointed
administrator of tbe estate of John Wil
son lrury. late of tbe eounty of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
give notice that be will appear before tbe
county court of Hock Island county, at the
eounif court room, in tbe city of Kuck Island.
at tbe June term, on the first Monday
In June next, at which time all per
sons havlmr claims against saiu estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur- I
mmfat hav ne tbe same adjusted.
Ail persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Luted this i-tb day of March, A. D. 1W9.
Hinrv c iJosstxi.v, Administrator.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Matthias Crant Mounts. deceaed.
Iublic notice is hereby given that the under-
Biifned. Brtiantt i. t iekcuschcr. administrator
of the estate of said deceased, has this
day filed his llnal report and settlement as
such in the county court of Kock Islind
county, and that an order ban been entered by
said cou't approving tbe said report, unless on-
lections thereto or cause to the contrary be
known on or nerore tne .i nay 01 April.
A. I. and upon the llnal approval of aid
report tbe said Krnsrdt O. Fickenscber will
afclt for an order of dlstributi in, and will also
ask to be discharged. All peisom Interested
are not men to attend.
Kock Island. Ill . Mrch II. 1X00.
KltiMUOT (J. FjCKESsr-riEB.
Kstate of Georire Vogltr. deceased.
Tbe undersigned bavins been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last W'lland testament of Georve
Voirler. late of the couctv of Kock Island.
state of Illinois: deceased, hereby irives notice
thai she will appear before the county court of
Kock Island county, at the county court room.
In the city of Kuck 1-land. at the June
term, on the first Monday In June next
at which time all persons bavini; claims
atrainst said estate are notified and requested
'to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make lnuuediate payment to
Lhitcd this -nth day of March, A. D. 18B9.
Acnes V.n.leh, Executrix.
Notice of Pnbllcatlon-Chancery.
State of Ulinol-
Rock Island County. I
In tbe circuit court, to May term, IM9. In
Cora Mumhev vs. Howard J. Murphey.
Affidavit of the non-resident, e of the de
fendant. Howard J Murphey. having been tiled
In the clerk's oitlee of tbe circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby nlven to
toe said non-resiilent defendant that the com-
'" Uilnant filed her bill of complaint in said
frrt. on the chancery side thereof, on the
day of March. Hsi. and that there
on a summons issued out of said court.
Wherein ssid suit Is now pendinir. returnableon
."lbe first Monday in toe montnoi way next.
as is dv law required. Now. unless you. the said
- non-resident defendant ar ve named. Howard
J. Murphey. shall personally be and aptiear be
fore said circuit court, on the tirst day of tbe
next term therof. to be boiden at Kock Isl
and In and for the said county, on tbe 1st
Monday In May next, and plead, answer
or demur to s-ill complainant's bill of com
plaint, tbe same and the matters and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against OU
according to the prayer of said bill.
(JoHiiB W". Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Inland. Illinois. March -Zi, 1SS.
Notice of Publication Chancery
McCaskrin & McCaskrin. lawyers.
State of Illinois.
Ruk Island County. I
In the Circuit Court. May term, A. D l0.
Kmtna ili.aiu-s vs. Gfuri'e A. Williams, in
An amdavit havintf been duly ee-titled and
worn to and hied in the clerk s o.Uce of said
county and state by the above named com
plainant. I-niua Wi hums, fbow.nir that the
residence of tbe above named defendant in
unknown, notice Is tberefore hereby iriven
to tbe said defendant that tbe complainant
tiled her bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the -M day of Maj;. h.
IKiW. and that thereupon a summons Issued out
of a kid court, wherein sa'd suit is now pendintr.
returnable on the lirst Monday in the mouth of
May next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you. tbe sld defendsnt. Georire
A. Williams, shall personally beunil appear be
foresaid circuit coui t. on the tirst dav of tbe
next term thereof, to beholden at Kock Island
In and for tbe said county, on the lirst fronday
In May next, and plead answer or demur to the
said complainant s bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Gkorcc W. cam ri.e. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March liS, lstJ.
McCaskkin .V M'CAsKHIS.
1'ubllratlon Notice In Attachment.
State of Illinois.
County of Rock Island, t
Circuit court of Rock Inland county. May
term. A. I. 1M'..
Joseph I. Haas vs Henrietta M. Denser In at
tachment. Public nttice is hereby clven to the ss.id
Henrietta M. ttenscr. thai a w rit of attach
mem Issued out ef the otllce of the clc k of
the circuit court of hock Isiund county, dated
tbe Mb flay of March. A. 1 Is.ti. at the suit of
the said Joseph I Hass anil Hk-ain-t thestate
of tbe said 11 nrlettaM Keiis-r for the sum
of twcUo hundred and ei-hty-cii'ht dollars
and twenty cents. dircctsl to the t-tit rill of
said Kock Island co inty, which said writ has
been returned executed.
Now. therefore, un'ess ymi. the said Henri
etta M. Henscr shall personally be and appear
lcfore the said orcuii court of Kock Island
county on the tirst day of the next term thereof,
to be holden at the couit house In the city of
Rock Island, in said count y, on the first day of
May. A. 1. Itf. tie special bail and plead to
the said plaintiff's action, judgment will ha
en-ercd uicainst you. and In favor of thsatd
Joseph L Haas, and so much of th4 property
attached as may be suttteient to satisfy said
judgment aud costs will be sold to satisfy the
(cotu.c W. Gamble, clerk.
Chakijts RrroKo. llainl'd's Attorney.
March JUIU. A. U lsv.
State of Illinois, t
Rock Island county.
tn the circuit court of said county, to the
May term. A. II. ls.4.
Carl J. Mueller ys. William Fervuson. Simon
bcxter. Jessie A. Hexter. Ijiey A. Matlock.
Maria C. Uulton, Came CumaUnfs, Oeorge
Amdavit of non-residence of Maria C. Put
ton. Canic Cummins and (leorice Matlock,
defendants In tbe i.love entitle i cause, havinir
been hied in tbe clerk Sofncelo the circuit court
of said county, notice is hereby Kiven to the
aaid non-resident defendants that the com
plainant tiled bis bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
1Mb dayof Ma'cb. A. I. IV. and that thereupon
a summons was issued out of said court,
wherein said suit U caw pending, returnable
ti tbe first Monday in the UonUi of May
next as is by law required.
Now unless you. tbe aaid non-resident de
fendants above earned, shall petbonaliy
be and appear before said circuit court
on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at Uock Island In and for the
said county on the tirst Mosday in May
next and plead, answer or demur to
tlm . aaid complainant s bill of eompf aint. the
same and the matters and things therein
chanted and stated will be taken as confessed,
and the decree entered against you according
to the prayer of aaid bill.
l.xtiKos W. GAHBT.m. Clerk.
Rock Island, Illinois. March IS. IW.
CT0BY f J
"Every momine I have a
bad taste in my mouth; my
tongue is coated; my head
aches and I often feel dizzy.
I hare no appetite for breakfast
aad what food I eat distresses
me. I have a heavy feeling in
my stomach. I am getting so
weak tnat sometimes 1 tremble
and my nerves are all unstrung.
i am getting pale and tntn.
am as tired in the morning as
What does your doctor say?
" You are suffering from 1m
pure Mood." -X'hat
is bis remedy?
You must not have consti
pated bowels if you expect the
oarsapaniu to do its best work.
But Ayer's Pills cure constipa
tion. VPe have a book on Paleness
and Weakness which you may
have for the asking.
WrHm to our Doctarm.
Perhips yon would like to ennanlt
enilne-t Trrir!ans about Tour condi
tion. rite ui frelvall th partifiilars
In your mm. Vou will roceivea pruuiot
rep!'. r "
Address. DR. J. C. ATER,
(2 Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rock Island.
C. IL I. & P. Iepot P:00am 1:40 pm
'th Street Depot S:o5 a m 1:45 p m
Ar. l'eoria 1 1:J0 a m 4:" p tn
liloonilnirion 1:17 pm :J3 p m
" Spr'.niicld 3:15 p m 8:00 p m
" Iecatur 3:'J0 p m 9:.T0 p m
' Jacksonville 7:50 pm
"Indianapolis.... B:IOpra 3:30 a la
' Terre Haute fl:i p m
' St. IniLs 7:iX) p m tV.TO a m
" Cincinnati :OS p m 7:10 a m
" Kvansville 9:35 pm 9:25 am
' Ixu!sv ille 7:30 a m
"IUyton 10:3 p m 9:00 a iu
' ( 'olum'ms l::w a m 11:35 am
Nashville 2:H a m f:10 p m
" Chattanooga 2:35 p m S:55 p m
" Atlanta 7:30 p m 10:3u p m
Lines east of Peorirt carry through
conches and sleepinp; cars on night
trains to principal cities.
K. STOCK HOUSE.
Gcn'l Pass. Aent,
lluck Island. HI.
BEST TRAIN SERVICE.
The only Cement that is not effected
liy heat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A- J. Kif ss, m'i Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim. 7th Ave. ami oSth St
Otto lltidert. 5th Ave. and Kim St
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
TAX ON SPECULATORS
Decided To Be Valid by the Su
preme Court of the
MUST C05TTNUE TO STAMP rUTUEKS
Points from tbe Opinion, Which Will
II are an Important Cflect-Otis Sendsat
Telegram Indicating; That tbe Filipinos
Are Getting Tired of the War Dr. So If.
New 'Irrinan Official for fcaiuoa. Calls on
Washington, April 4. Much interest
was manifested by lawyers and others
in tbe decision of the cases in the
United States supreme court yeFttrday
involving the validity of the war reve
nue law. The opinion wes handed
Sown by Justice Peckham, who orally
announced only a bare summary of the
H-ritfn document. The opinion as pre
rarrd for preservation took up the
various i-haF?s of the subject, holding
the law constitutional as applied not
anly to stock exchanges but to live
stock yards as well, the principle being
the same in all cases.
Hight That Congress Muat Have.
In speaking of the general powers of
songress as to taxation Justice Peck-
l.am said: "In searching for proper
subjects of taxation to raisa moneys
for the support of the government ccn
gress must have the right to recogniz
the manner In which the business of
the country is actually transacted; how
among other things, the exchange of
commodities is effected; what facilities
for the conduct of tusiners exist; what
is their nature and how they operate;
and what if any practicable and recog
nizable distinction there may be be
tween a transaction which is affected
by means of using certain facilities, and
one where such facilities are not availed
af by the parties to the same kind of a
transaction. Having the power to
recognize these various facts it must
also follow that congress .is Justified
if rot compelled, in framing a statute
relating to taxation to legislate wltn
direct reference to the existing condi
tions of trade and business throughout
the country and to the manner in
which they are carried on."
Tax on Hoard Privileges.
The Chicago Beard of Trad3 istreated
In the opinion as a type of boards of
trade all over the country, the Fize of
the Chicago institution only serving to
increase its importance. "It is com:non
knowledge that these exchanges en
courage and promote honest ana fair
dealings among their members: that
they provide penalties for the violation
of their rules in that regard, and that
contracts between members relating to
business on the exchange have the ad
vantage of the sanction provided by the
exchange for such purposes.
Nor io there any doubt that these ex
changes facilitate transactions of pur
chase and sale, and it would seem that
such facilities or privileges, even thougn
not granted by the government or by
a rtate, ought nevertheless to be recog
nized as existing facts and to be sub
ject to the Judgment of congress as fit
matters for taxation."
Not a Direct Tai, Says tbe Court.
"The tax," he said, "ia not a direct
tax within the meaning of the constitu
tion, but Is In the nature of a dutynr
excise. The amount of such a tax when
imposed in a case like this may be In
creased or diminished by the extent to
which the privilege or facility is used
and it Is fixed in this act by the value
of the property transferred by means of
using such priviloge or facility: but thi3
docs not make the tax a direct one,
We do not fee that any ma.
terial difference exists when the sale Is
for future delivery. The thing agreed
to be sold is the same whether for im
mediate or future delivery."
What the Decision Means.
The decision will have an important
effect on scalping operations, not only
on the cnicago tscara or iraae, Dut on
all commercial and financial exchanges.
It means a tax on that class of trade of
rr.any thousands of dollars a month for
Chicago alone. There was no dissent.
DOCTOR SOLF AT WASHINGTOX.
German Official En Konte to the Samoan
Ialands Negotiation vritb London.
Washington. April 4. Dr. Solf, the
newly appointed president of the mu
nicipality of Samoa, arrived here yes
terday. He came at the request of the
German ambassador. Dr. Von Hollebon,
to talk over Samoan affairs and to tx,
presented to Secretary Hay. Dr. Solf
went to the state department during the
afternoon In company with Ambassador
Von HoIIeben, who presented him to
Secretary Hay. The meeting was pure
ly formal. It has been arranged that he
shall remain in Washington for a fe
days, and during that time he will have
an opporutnity to confer with the state
department officials relative to Samuan
Many cable dispatches have" beeti
passing between Washington and Lon
don in regard to the Samoan settlement.
The main point is on determining exact
ly the extent of authority which the high
commission is to possess. Lord Salisbury
desiring all uncertain points first cleared
up and an exact definition of what the
commission is to do before committing
Great Britain. The British government
is as ready as the United States or Ger
many to accept the general principle of
commissioners, but it wants to know In
advance as to the power of the com
The indications are that the British
authorities will give their adherence to
the agreement within a day cr two, but
it is stated that there is a chance, ai-
thoirgh a very slight one. that the agree
ment may not be concluded.
HOPEFl'L CABLE FROM OTIS.
Commander at Manila Indira tea That tba
Rebellion Is Break In- I" p.
Washington, April 4. W ar depart
ment officials were pleased by the cheer
ing dispatch from General cms received
yesterday. It contains a great deal cf
encouragement to them, and those who
know General Otis well say he is not a
man to ttxe a roseate view 01 ice situa
tion unless there Is reason for it. In his
dispatch Otis says: "Present indication.
denote Insurgent government .in peru-
us condition: its army defeated, dis
couraged, and scattered. Insurgents re-
itiuuif; 10 tneir conies in cities ana vil
lages between here and points north of
llalolca which our reconnoitering par
ties have reached, and desire protection
of Americans. News from Vasayan isl
and more encouraging every day."
It is argued at the department that
the Filipinos have never been used to
the kind of warfare that the Americans
have given them, and for that reason
they are now aware that it will be im
possible for them to accomplish any
thing by fighting. While there is dis
appointment because the movement for
the capture of a large force of the Fili
pinos was not successful, it is believed
the pressing of the insurgents steadil
toward th -north, capturing their capi
tol and driving them from place to place
has had a very discouraging effect upon
the natives who have been following
It is evident by the reference which
General Otis rr.ahes to reconnoitering
parties that he is having the counti
thoroughly covered and that the infor
mation which they are giving him is
the basis of the dispatch. It Is believed
that desertions will soon deplete the
army of Aguir.aldo to little or nothing.
That portion of the dispatch relating to
the Visavar.s refers to the operations of
which Iloilo is the base. The group in
eludes Panay, Bohol. Cebu. Xegros and
others of less importance. The rebellion
against the T'nited States authority was
not very serious in these Islands.
Ilnrial or Soldiers at Arlington.
Washington. April 4. The 150 un
known dead recently brought back from
Porto Rico and Cuba, where they died
in battle or by sickness while in the
army, will be buried in Arigington na
tional cemetery Thursday wltn proper
ceremony, military ana navai. ine
president has Issued a proclamation
eulogizing their services to the country
and ordering all Macs on public build
ings, forts, etc., and ships, to be half
masted at 2 p. m. Thursday. The de
partments at Washington will close at
noon in honor or tne acta.
llore Illinois Men Coining IIo:ne.
Washington, April 4. The quarter
master's department haa begun prepar
ations for bringing home the Ninth and
Fourth Illinois volunteers now at Ha
vana. The former regiment will come
Dn the transport Dixie, and will start
April 6 or 7. The Fourth will start
about the 12th, and will be brought on
one of the Plant line ships.
Cnban Assembly Must Decide.
Washington. April 4. The Cuban ai-
sembly must very speedily decide upon
the proposition of the United States
government to pay $3.0C0,CC0 to the Cu
ban troops. If the muster rolls of the
Cuban army arje not promptly surren
dered by the assembly General Brooke
will order the $3,COO,CC0 returned to the
National liank Dividend.
Washington, April 4. The comptroller
of the currency has declared dividends
in favor of the creditors of insolvent
national banks as follows: 5 per cent..
Grand Forks National bank, of Grand
Forks, N. IJ.; 10 per cent.. First Nation
al bank, of Benton Harbor, Mich.; 4
per cent., Chemical National bank, of
Telegram From Secretary Alger.
Washington, April 4, A telegram was
received at the war department yes
terday from Secretaiy Alger at San
tiago saying that all the members of his
party are well.
WOMAN KILLS HER HUSBAND.
He Beats, Kicks and Threatens to Kill tier
Chicago, April 4. Before his two chil
dren, aged 8 and 4 years. Joseph Brown,
was stabbed to death yesterday by his
wife Clara. The murder was the out
come of a family quarrel in which Brown
had beaten and kicked his wife and
threatened to kill her with a butcher-
knife that was lying on the table. When
Brown made a move toward the knife
Mrs. Brown snatched the knife herself.
Brown raised his foot and kicked her,
but in falling she lunged forward with
the knife striking him fairly in the stom
ach. Maddened with fury and pain the two
battled back and forth, the husband
kicking and striking the wife and she
plunging the knife into him, and until
the fifth blow, when he fell backward
dead. Brown was stabbed five times.
once under the chin, twice in the stom
ach and twice in the right sTSe. All
made big gaping wounds and any one
of thera would have proven fatal.
Burial of Two Soldier.
Eau Claire, Wis., April 4. Impressive
funeral services were held over the re
mains of Coporal Bartlett and Private
Brace, who died in the Porto Kican
campaign and whose bodies arrived yes
terday. The porcession to the Forest
Hill cemetery included the local band.
veterans of the Spanish war and of the
civil war. the mayor, council, police and
almost all of the citizens. The services
were conducted by Chaplain Trimm,
Rev. Kidder and Rev. F. W. Straw.
General sorrow has been manifested in
the death of the,se two soldiers, who
were well and ravoraoiy Known nere.
The flags of the city were at half-mast.
Tod Divides Honors With Cecil.
London, April 4. Sloan's first appear
ance before the Lonuon racing public
was made yesterday, and he divided
the honors with Cecil Rhodes, the South
African magnate. Rhodes was recog
nized by many, but Sloan's appearance
before and after his victory was the
signal for a tempest of cheers rarely
equalled on an English race course.
Quay to Stay t tne Finish.
Harrisburg, Pa.. April 4. Senator
Penrose, who met ex-Senator Quay in
Washington Sunday, arrived here yes
terday. He said: "Senator Quay
agrees- wltn his irienos that as the
nominee of the Republican party for
United States senator he has but one
duty to perform, and that is to remain
in the field to the finish."
End of tbe Searrb for Bodies.
New York. April 4. The work of
searching the ruins of the Windsor hotel
ended yesterday. The contractor thinks
there is no human remnant left in the
ruins. The total of tne Known dead now
number forty-five and several persons
are still missing.
Eye Knocked Ont by a Blow.
Hayward, Wis.. April 4. In a local
saloon Friday afternoon Fred Searies
struck a woodman named John Howard
a fclow in the eye. knocking it out. The
latter was immediately sent to the hos
pital at Ashland. Searles is now in cus
STARTLING CRIMINAL FIGURES
Ten Thousand Homicides In Tbls Conner?
in 1896 Keniarka on Mob Law.
Savannah, Ga., April 4. In the Gep?-
gia state Baptist convention yesterda
Judge George Hillyer. ex-mayor of At
lanta ana formerly on the supreme
court brnch, pres:nted a report from lha
committee on crime and lynchlngs. Aft
er reading the report the Judge gave
some startling figures upon the Increase
cf crime, urging the consideration of th
question upon the church and suggest
ing that as the law was slow the legisla
five body be asked to note the facts and
fisrures and to urge action upon that j
body. Judge Hillyer said that in th
Ur.iied States there were m.rs homicides
than in Scotland. Kngland and Prussia.
in there were 5.CC0 homicides in
the United States and in 1SS6 there were
1".CC0. In the past year more homicides
were comimtted in the United States
than men were killed in Cuba, and more
than fell at Gettysburg or in the Phil
ippines. People wore losing confidence
in the law. The ease with which ver-
uicis are set apiae in the court room
and the facility with which notorious
criminals escape punishment have
brought much of thi? about. Theamour.t
of crime is Increasing and It seems that
the criminal Is the only one that his
any rights. The people lose confidence in
the effectiveness of the law to punish
criminals. Hence the Increase In lynch
Dishonored Husband Suicides.
Ironwood, Mich.. April 4. Charles Ad-
rensrn. a resident of Norway. Mich.
committed suicide by shooting himself
through the head. A few days ago Ad-
rensen came here in search of his wif
whom he said had run away with his
five children. Search was made for tlu-
woman and she was found residing
with a man named Glass. Saturdav
night the wife was found lying on the
floor beside her husband, he havins
first shot her through the face and then
killed himself. The woman's wound
is not serious and she will recover.
uorrible Crime In Austria,
Salzburg, Austria, April 4. The bodv
of a 12-year-old girl named Offinger
has been found in the mortuary cham
ber of the cemetery in this city. An
investigation showed that she had
been outraged and murdered in the
midst of a number of bodies awaiting
burial. The perpetrator of the crimj
has not been discovered.
Detroit Editor's Daughter Weds.
Detroit. April 4. Miss Florence Quin-
by, daughter of William E. Quinby, ex-
minister to the Netherlands and editor
of the Detroit Free Press, was married
here yesterday afternoon to Ernest
Alonzo de Funniak, of Birmingham,
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Notice of Publication In Chancery.
State of Illinois, 1
Rock island. Counts'.
In the circuit court of said county. To toe
May term, liu. In chancery.
Ma-? SeiMlden vs John Scadden.
Affidavit of the non-ref.ilenee of the above
nam! defendant, John Scald-n. havinn nrcn
tiled in the circuit court of said countv. noiK-o
I is therefore hereby Kiveri to the said non
1 resident defendant that the comp'ainait tiled
, her bill of complaint in said court, on tbe
chancery side thereof, o the 31st day of
March. A. I. and that the eupon a sum-
I Di1pn issued out if said cou-t. wherein s ilil
, suit is now pending, returnable on the lirst
.Monuay in the month of Mv nex'. a is in
law required. Now, unless you. the said non
resldeut defendant above named shall per
sonally be and appear before aid circuit fur.
on the first day of the next term thereof,
to be boiden at Rock island in and for
the s.id county, on tbe tirst Monday in
May next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of eotnpl-iinl.
tbe same and the matters and thing's therein
charged and stated will be taken asconfessed.
and a decree entered against you according to
tbe prayer of aaid bill.
liKIIHliK W. riAMHI.E. Clerk.
Kock Island. Illinois. March 31. A. U. IHW
O. K. Chakeu, Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, 1
Kock Island County. 1
In tbe circuit court. May term. A. D. 1&9.
Hock Islnd Mutual flulld'ncr I n and .--a vines
Association vs. Wiliam K. Stevens. Itiie
H Stevens. Jms W. Atkinson, lawman
Lyness and William I). Stevens.
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe defendant.
WUljam L. Stevens, Impleaded with the above
defendants. William H Su-vens. Lottie K btev-
ens. James W. Atkinson ana Thomas I.yness,
b.vioKbeen tied in the clerk s oftlce of tbe cir-
cuit court of aaid county, notice is therefore
hereby Kiven to tbe said non resident defend
ant that the complainant tiled lis bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancer side there
of, f-n the twenty-ninth day of March. 1W. and
that thereupon a summons issued out "I said
court, wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the tirst Monday in tbe month of
May next, as is by law required. Now.
unlesM you. the said- non-resident defendant
above named, William 1. SK-vetis. hhall
personally be and appear before said
circuit, court, on the tirst day of the
next term thereof, to be boiden at Mock Inland
In and for the said county. on the Crst Monday
in May next, and plead, answer or de
mur 10 said complainant's bill of complaint.
, tbe same and the matters and things therein
cbartred and stated will be taken as confessed.,
and a decree entered against you according
(to tbe prayer of said bill.
liwiB'K W. Oambi. Clerk.
Kock Island Illinois. March S. A. 1W.
. H. OCTEK, Complainant a o citor.
Bought, ami wliicli lias been
has borne the signature of
has been made under his per
ItW VOftK CITV.
Sweeney & Walker, Solicitors.
State of Illinois. 1
Iiock Island County. 1
Foreclosure, (lenera! No. I."VW.
In the Circuit Court. To the May term A. U.
Black Hawk Homestead H11 lillnsr. Loan and
Kavintrs Association vs. I'crr V. Weaver
lint;. Martha J. Weavei linn. Thomas Smart,
Annie Isailey. Alice K fioberi, Allen l. lo
ben. Joseph tiobeii. William Golien, Edward
(JoIh'h. Annie tioben. MiiKKic Colliurn.
To the above named defendants. Thomas
Smart and l-lrd Oobeu and each of them:
Allldjvil that you. the said Thomas Smart,
are a non-resident of the st te of I'lmois. und
that vou. the sid ICdward Gobcn. have uouc
out of the stale of Jlliuoif, s thdt bummons
cannot be served upon you. bavins b-en lllcl
ia Iheotll eof the clerk of the Circuit Court
of said Kock Iskuid county, Illinois, notice Is
hereby tfiven to you. and e ich of you. tua'. the
above' named complaint am hasbctcioforeiilcd
in sai'J court, itshtllof complaint aifiiif styouon
Ihe chancery side of said court, and th t the
said cause is still pending therein aid undeter
mined, and that sai&causc h;s bef-n continued
for tcrvicH instil the next May term of said
coi rt. to bcuun nd holden at th court house
in the city 01 Kock Island, in said county anil
sta c. bcninn'ntr on the tirst Monday in May A.
). 1KU. at whi h tiueand place you will ap
pear plead, anxweror demur to uaid till of
complaint If you ee III.
1 atc J at ttock Island, Illinois, this 31st day of
March A. U. lsva
GKolK.E W. Uamhi.e, Clerk.
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