UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
|No. 47-777||PRESENT, Hon. J. M. Washburn Judge,|
|The People of the State of Illinois||J. C. Jackson Clerk,|
|vs||Indictment for||James H. Duncan Sheriff,|
|I. A. McKinney, R. A. Jones, E. J. Henley, James Blades and Alfred Hall||(Blank)||And Geo W. Young State's Attorney.|
|Attest, J. C. Jackson Clerk|
WHEREAS, on the 19th day of January 1886 in the County Clerks of said County, in the State of Illinois, an Information for Disturbing the Peace and Quiet of a family against I. A. McKinney, R. A. Jones, E. J. Henley, James Blades and Alfred Hall was by the State's Attorney of said county duly returned into open Court, on which information the bail was afterward fixed by said county court at the sum of one Hundred Dollars each; Which said Information which then and there became a matter of record therein.
AND WHEREAS, afterward, in pursuance of said Information, before James H. Duncan Sheriff
of Williamson County , to wit: On the 6th day of Feb 1886, the said E. J. Henley made his recognizance in the sum of one Hundred Dollars for his appearance at the County Court of said
County, on the first day of March Term, 1886, thereof, to answer to said Information, which recognizance was then and there
approved and certified by said Sheriff, and was afterward filed in said County Court, whereby it became a matter of record therein;
AND WHEREAS, the day is now come when by said recognizance the said E. J. Henley is bound to appear: Now come the People, by George W. Young the State's Attorney, and the said Defend- ant, being three times solemnly called, comes not, nor anyone for him, but makes default; and James Ballowe and L. W. Gann securities for the said (Blank) in said recognizance being therefore also now three times solemnly called that they produce the body of the said Defendant , and they also failing therein, thereupon IT IS ORDERED BY THE COURT that the default of the said Defendant and of his securities be entered of record, and that a scire facias issue herein against said E. J. Henley, James Ballowe and L. W. Gann returnable to the next term of this Court, requiring the said defendant and his securities then and there to appear and show cause why the People should not have judgment and execution upon their said recognizance, according to the form, force and effect thereof. Ordered also that a capias issue for the body of said Defendant , returnable to the next term of this Court directed to the sheriff of Williamson County Illinois.