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THCAHQU& T7X3DUEBDAT MAItCH 0 1C07.
Don't You Need z
We have a large line of Bedroom Suites
we know will please you. THE PRICES
Ml. S. HOL BROOK
109, 105 tad 1C7 East Second
WE DON'T EXPECT
To iclt all the hoes, bat we do sell a great many and natur
ally want to sell many more.
WE DO EXPECT
To tell the beit for the money and pi re the customer to good
satisfiactlon that he or she will come again.
Is Tery full and includes everything from the Child's Slipper
to the finest and best Lady's or Gentleman's Shoe.
WE WILL BE
With you again with a nobby line this spring. Watch
1704 Second Are
Ifcota Tat Dmiction Op Giahbcrun Kindt &Ca
Thursday Evening, March 4
The Drama of Thrills,"
The Fatal Card
With its Wealth of Massive Scenery,
Exciting Episodes, Startling
Effects, Powerful Cast.
Presented la Um mm miratlctat manner at
characterised la production la Sew Tork ZSO
If bte. A complete oar kMd ef eceaery carried.
Orr people la the cut.
Prices SI, TSc, BOe aad loc.
Sato of aaata at Haas's Taeaday morals.
Talaphona SO. Street can to Rock bland after
Bonis Opara House,
Friday Evening, March 5.
The Big Banco, of Merriment that Bopremt
fua Creator, FSTEB r. DAILEY.
la tba com I noons laa k.
44 A Good Thing"
last for Fun.
Bnpported by Flora Itwla, Janet telley. Olll
Kraao, Charles S Sting. Delia Stacy, WUllam
Barry, Jr. Battle Hlehclr-, the American Comedy
Vaartrtie and others, and the One Dalley Com
edy Company, ottgBal eat and prodac'toe.
which ran la Hew York two a oaths. Boat on fo.r
weeks, Philadelphia three weoka. and uaaai
moaaly declared to be the aapreme comedy kit ot
IW aad 1987.
rva making la aa art aad Mr Dalley a fall bed
artat-Kew tork World.
rrlee J5, soc. Tic and tl. Beat oa sale at
?1V Wri"dey. TaKpaooeSO. eireet ca-a
after the petfarmaaoe.
are the most fatal of all dis
eases. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized by
all eminent physicians as the
best for Kidney and Bladder
PRICE 00s and 11.00.
Street, DAVENPORT. -v H
B. B. Easts, Manager.
Saturday Night, March 6.
A Arthur revival of the old plantation
jnoilee, Incladlnsj the ma-le, einglng
ad danctaf ol the old dart acuta
before the war
of Ante-B ell am Diye. Come aid are
a faithful portrayal of darky life
Special Qostumes : : :
: : : Imported Talent
Prices 85, SS and 10 cents.
BepraBMitbig . amons; other ttme
Med and well known Fire Inaar
anee Coutpaolss tbefolIowing:
ItoebasterGsrmsa Ina Co.,
Row Baapahlre "
. BuSaIo, m
. . ....FhUadelpkla
aMiteentt street anl
avenue, stjoond boot.
J P. PUPPED.
Lcs Prcnptly Paid
C ABSE CAPTURES IT
Continued from Third Pace.
a window sill, peeping over the
shoulders of Frank Brough and Sam
Where are you" asked one of
Johnny managed to make bis way
river to the press table, where he
mounted a chair and thanked the
convention for the nomination, and
gave his Warmest assurance that he
would do all he could to be elected,
oat for City Attorney.
An informal ballot for city at.
torney gave J. K, Scott, .40; H. A.
Weld, 41; Oliver Cramer, 10. 'The
first formal ballot gave it to Scott,
who received 52 votes to 36 for Weld,
and 4 fir Cramer.
Mr. Scott was declared the nomi
nee for city attorney. There were
shouts for Scott. Be was in the
rear of the hall, and from there as.
tared his colleagues that if he failed
in his duty as city attorney it would
be on account of lack of ability; not
inclination. He, too, took it for
granted that be was already elected.
Mai. Beardaley said that as Fred
J. Kinney was the only candidate for
treasurer, he moved that his nomi
nation be made by acclamation, and
so it was, no one objecting.
'Kin-he get up?" some witty del
egate asked rubber-necking toward
the rear of the hall, where the nomi
nee was huddled up in the crowd.
But no answer came. For once Kin
ney was modest.
The convention then proceeded to
the nomination of a police magistrate.
The informal ballot resulted: W.
F. echioeder, 41; W. Atkinson,
34; W. W. Clarke. 2. The
first formal ballot gave Schroe
der, 42; Atkinson, 41, and Clarke 19.
The second ballot resulted: Schroe.
der, 40; Atkinson, 46; Clarke, 10.
Atkinson received the nomination on
the third ballot, getting 68 votes to
23 for Schroeder and 10 for Clarke.
Bill!" Billy." -Take off your
nst, niiiiam.- auet up on a chair,
Bill." came shouts from the dele
gates. Mr. Atkinson thanked the conven
tion for the "gift."
David Don, Charles Engel, George
soianaer. wimam uambie and M. I.
Morris were placed in nomination
for assistant supervisors. The in
formal ballot gave Gamble 59, Engel
io, isou v, morris u, soianaer lb
Mr. Gamble was nominated by ao
clamation on motion of J. T. Noft
sker. Mr. Enerel received 89 on the in
formal ballot to S for Lage, 2 for
Don and 8 for Morris. Engel was
nominated by acclamation on motion
ol J . T. Noitsker.
J. L. Freeman wasrenomitated for
assessor by acclamation on motion
of C. W. Foss. Ancuat Niaaen
a candidate, bnt he withdrew in favor
ol tne nominee.
The convention next took up the
nomination of collector. The in
formal ballot resulted: John Bladel
44, Sam Arndt 18, W. V. Stafford
13, B. F. De Gear 27. The first for
mal ballot gave the nomination to
Bladel, his vote being 53 to 10 for
Arndt, 8 for Stafford and 31 for De
Maj. Beardsley here attempted
one of his spread eagle speeches in
behalf of "Doc" Hodges for ju nice of
the peace, but the chair called him
down, this being the culmination
of a number of squelches to which t.e
major had been subjected during
J. L. Hodges, David Hawes, Oliver
Cramer, John Cleland, and John J.
Koach were placed in nomination
for justice of the peace. An infor
mal ballot resulted: Hawes, 31;
Cleland, 17 Hodges, 10; Cramer, 14;
Boach, 3. The first formal ballot
nominated Cramer who received 64
votea to 26 f or Hawes, 4 for Cleland
and 8 for Hodges. An informal bal
lot for the second justice resulted:
Hawes, 50, Cleland, 32; Hodges, 8;
Boach, 6. W. F. Schroeder 6. The
first formal ballot cave Hawna. an-
Cleland, 38; Hodges, 9, Boach 7, and
senroeoer, l. Hawes received the
nomination on the second formal
ballot, his vote beinir 76 to IS fnr
Cleland, 1 for Boach and 7 for
L. V. Eckharc, G. W. Sample and
J. N. McMorris.were Disced in nomin
ation for constable. The informal
ballot gave Ecknart tne entire vote
of the convention, whereupon he was
nominated by acclamation. On mo
tion of C. J. Searle, Mr. Sample was
also nominated by acclamation as
was Mr. McMorris.
B. A. Donaldson was reelected
chairman of the city-township com
mittee. And the lights were turned out.
For more than a hundred years the
Shakers have been studying the rem
edial properties of plants. They
have made many discoveries, but the
greatest achievement was made last
year. It is a cordial that contains
already digested food and is a diges
ter of food. It is effective in remov
ing distress after eating, and creates
and BDDttite for mora fond an that
eating becomes a pleasure. - Pale.
li. i . :
tutu jicupici Become piump and
healthy under ita use. It arrests
the wasting of consumption.
There never has haaw anch a mlMwt
forward in the cure of indigestion aa
this 8haker CordiaL Tour druggist
Will be elad to o4va mo a littla
descriptive of the prodaet.
Give the babiea Laxnl. m-Kfefc I.
Castor Oil made palatable as honey.
When biliona or enatiwai mat m.
caret, candy eathartia, cure maraa
ted, 10 cents, ZS oents.
A HeaUac Teat far tarn BUad.
There are a number of commenda
ble things taught by so-called mind
healers. For instance, "Mind is the
real being, the real man, which
moves the arms, legs, eyes, etc., as
machines which do its will."
Body is made np entirely of what
comae from the ground and air. A
peculiar compound of earth and
water, delicately and most deftly ar
ranged to be sure, but simply earth
and water, nevertheless, without any
force, intelligence or motion la it.
except as it is acted upon by the liv
There seems to be two minds to
each body, or two selves, one which
runs tne eo-cauea automatic mem
bers, stomach, heart, bowels, etc..
etc., and the other which conducts
the movements of the outer members,
It is a curious psychological fact
that when one is slightly ailing, a
new line of thought will quickly
affect the body favorably and particu
larly ii mat mental trend run some
what as follows: "lam not a body."
"My real self is unseen and is
mind and spirit which is the same as
life. Body being dead material can
not complain to me except as I sen
sitize it and permit the complaints."
If a person can bring himself to thor
oughly believe this without a shadow
of doubt, a most curious and healing
eneci is quicaiy loll in the body.
Many people have not a well
enough trained mind to command
just what it shall or shall not do,
but where the mind is well in hand,
so to speak, the result of such men
tal exercise is marked and cannot be
We write the above knowing that
it will reach the eye of ome honest
searcher after some of the new laws
which are lately coming to be known
of man, and so that while on the
subject of healthful living, it should
not oe forgotten that good nourish
ing food and drink are necessary and
the unnatural habits are better left
off than clung to. If the reader has
irouoie wun cone ana has never
used the food-drink, Postum Cereal,
it will well repay the trial.
There is but one genuine original
Postum Cereal coffee, with a multi
tuda of imitations offered as "just as
Coemty Tectebe a' Iaatttute.
The Teachers' association of divis
ion 2 in Bock Island county will
meet in Illinois City at the school
house Saturday, March 13, at 10
o'clock. The following topics will
De unaer aiscusMon: "How Lan
gusge Should be Taught in the Pub
lie Schools and How Long to Con
tinue It," Leon A. Wjlie; "How
Advanced Geography Should be
Taught," Miss Mary Sohneli; paper
on "School Management," William
Mardis; "Civil Government, When
It Should be Taught and How It
Should be Taught," Miss Anna Msr
dock; "Writing," J. B. Williams;
Daoer on "General Ednnatinn " Lin
coln Barton; Nature Study," Miss
Grace Peppers; "Sanitary Considera
tions to be Observtd in the School
noom," jar. uowen. All who are
interested in the cause of education
are cordially invited to render this
meeting a success by their presence
and narticination. Dinner will ha
furnished by the Illinois City teach
ers. "Paui, Ohwer. Pres.
Margaret Tr baa,, Sec.
Btreoaer'e Orebeetra at Tomer Ball.
Strasser's Second Regiment band
Will DTesent tha fnllnwinrr nrnirram
at Turner hall Thursday evening:
1. March. Indepentla E. B. Hal1
s. uvmure. zumpa Herold
3. Waltz. Jolly Fellows VoLstedt
4. Solo for Zither Polka de Concert Lenk
. , A K. Fahrner.
5. Selection. A Night In Venice Moses
o. noio lor Violin. Scene de Ballet. ..DeBerist
. , Prof. Hugo Toll.
Darkies Jamboree Puerner
? fjeaiey, jjocKOUt Drops De Witt
If! I -2 .ill ft n t m j
atomsrtblBff tm Kmvow.
It DQlf ha wnrth
know that the very best medicine for
icouiiiug tne urea out nervous sys
tem to a healthy vigor is Electric
Bitters. This medicine is purely
vegetable, acts by giving tone to the
nerve centers in the stomach, gently
stimulates he Liver and Kidneys,
and aids these organs in throwing off
impurities in the blood. Electric
Bittere imnrnvea tha anMiibi airla
diestton. and is pronounced by
nift iriea it as tne very
best blood purifier ond nerve tonic
Try it. Sold for 50 cents or 11 per
bottle at Harts & Ullemeyer's drog
Dover. 2i. H . Oct. 31, 1896
-Messrs. Ely Bros: The Balm
reached ma aafalv mA i .t,n,
time the effect is surprising. My
son says the first application gave
decided relief. I have a shelf filled
with catarrh cures." Tomorrow
ie stove snail receive them, and
Ely's Cream Balm will reign eu.
pre me. Respect fully,
Mrs Frakklih Fskemav.
Cream Rlm i. h- .it Amr,
gists. Full size 50 cents. Trial siae
10 Cents. V7a mail It VI V RR(V4
66 Warren street. N. T. City.
As an honaatramiHlw Vnlaa'aHnnaw
and Tar does not hold oat false
hopes in advanced stages, but truth
fully Claims to criva rnmfnri anrl ra.
lief in the very worst cases, and tn
" "lagee so enect a cure.
Sold by U. V. Bahaaaii-
- -r -Tin
Th taxes for 18M ara nnw dot
and payable at tha law office of
O. E. Cramer. 1712 Second avenaa.
Bring last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay in searching for dev
seriptione. Hun Kbobgbs,
TowBship Collector, i
Tha dramatic) attraction at tha
Burtis tomorrow. March 4. ahoald
f ree to be a strong drawing card,
t la that powerful up-to-date melo-
" ratal uard," which
scored such a distinctive sueoess
wnen presented here laat aaaen.
This production constitutes oaa of
tne big meiodramatie suceesscsof the
past urea years 1st New Tork, and
for 250 consecutive nights created a
veritable furor. The Fatal Card"
is a melodrama of intense interest.
startling memento and thrilling situ
ations, admitting of massive scenic
embellishment and beautiful stage
settings. The company is one of nn
equivocal excellence, and tha scenic
garnishment new and handsome.
reter r. Valley's latest piece. "A
Good Thing," is neariog ita two nun.
dreth performance, and it has proven
the greatest success that a jolly and
irresistible performer has ever bad.
The play was written by John J. Mc-
Nally. the author of Mr. Dailey's
otner successes, na it nits upon the
unique idea of burlesquing the aue-
tion Dustness. in tne piece Mr.
Dailey takes the part ot aix different
characters. Tha unctuous comedian
is supported by Miss Flora Irwin and
a large company described as langh
provokers, among whom are William
Barry, Jr.. James T. Kelly, Charles
j. sttne. ume Kvana, mettle Nichols,
and many others, numbering 26 ia
all. The girls ara described as beau
tiful, the wit new and polished, the
dances novel, tha songa unique, the
scenery special and picturesque, and
the costumes elaborate. With all
this, together with Peter F. Dailey,
a tremendous engagement should be
the result. Next Friday evening at
Bock Island and Molina papers ara
worrying quite a bit over the propo
sition Monmouth has made for the
Old Folks' Home, and the uncertain
ty concerning it adds to their un
easiness. I hey may as well possess
tneir souis in patience. It le enough
tor tnem to Know that tne proposi
tion is in keeping with Monmouth's
reputation for enterprise, and that
in this case the decision will be made
on merit, and not on political pulls.
Monmouth is becomirg nervous
These two cities have given the en
terprising Warren county city
two decided shocks in the past
few years, but it should not get
ssucy. There Is no disposition' at
this end, and never h s been, to be
otherwise than fair. We have had a
little trouble of late, however, in get
ting our own property, both in War-
ren and Whiteside counties, but
we'll recover eventually, if it takes
the power of the county to do it.
The old man who looks out at the
world with clear and healthy eyes
cannot help feeling great gratifica
tion at tne tnougnt tost bis children
nave inherited from - him no weak
ness nor tendency to diseaee. The
healthy old men in the man who has
throughout his life kept his digestion
good and his blood pure. Not one in
a thousand does do it. Germs co
through the healthy body without
enect. ls tnem once find lodgment,
or let them find a weak soot, thev
wi'l develop by the million, and the
oiooa win do lull of them. Instead
of giving strength to the tissues, it
win force upon them innutritions
matter, and the man will lose flesh
and the more susceptible he is to
disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal discovery is the only medicine
that absolutely and infallibly cures
all blood diseases, and almost all dis.
eases are blood diseases. It isn't a
medicine for some one particular so
called disease. It is a medicine for
the whole body. It forces out all the
germs of disease, and replaces im
purities with rich, red blood.
To whom it mav concern: Notice
la her Ah o-ivan that tha miartiiir.
i . . ... f
amp neretoiore existing between
w imam uoeit and Herman uetjens.
under the firm name of Hoeft ft
Detiens. has been dissolved bv mu
tual consent The business will be
conducted by Mr. Detjens, who will
collect all oatstanding accounts and
assume all liabilities.
Bock Island. 111.. Feb 1, 1897.
111 f BHlaal Pan.
Dr. William a1 Indian PtlafMntmaat
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acta aa a oonltiaa. e-iina (....
lief. Dr Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
ana ltcnmir ai ana nptwata mm, . n
nothing else Everv hoi U nM.
teed Sold by druggists or seat by
r, . ca - . . .
ru lor ou cants ara ft per BOX
Williams M'.'o Co., Props , Cleve
land, Ohio. For aula by all drag-
If you want to quit tobaooo aaine?
easily and forever, be made wall.
strong, magnetic, full ol new Ufa aad
vigor, take No-To-Bae. tha wonder
worker that makea weak men strong.
Many gain tea pounds in tea days.
Jver 400,000 cured. But No-To-Bae
from your owa druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets aad aam-
Eles mailed free. Addrea Sterling
emedy company, Chicago or New
afra. Wlaslows footklag Syrup
awen uaaa for enuarea ueetalag.
soothes tha eaild. aoftaaa that an
allays all paia, evres wiad eolia, aad
is taa beet rssaadT for
Twaaty-ivs seats '
so the tree wSl grow. The
leave a lasting impression.
2 here of woman, she cannot
e art of taking care of it
lessons she can karn is that
is not only the most efficient means of keeping things
clean, but the most economical as wclL Whether used
for washing clothes or cleaning house it proves its worth
beyond question. It's never too late lor a woman to
learn the Santa Clans lesson. Sold everywhere,
Made only by
THE If. K. FAIRBAKX CO'TPAHY, CHICAGO.
i a aaiiT
Owa Tour Own Bom mud Bat 1 ararei.
llUrrlil c llMi I..M-
. Sawew fcs::r:j stsne,
Ashlar end trimmings
For eheapneee. durability aad
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eta. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Book
Island on the C, B. Q. B. & '
Trains Nob. t aad 10 will stop
end let visitors off aad oa.
Cridjp stone, corn erf)
blocks and fosRistisa
itone any sin dsslred.
Samples ot Stoas aad Photos of
Baild'ags aaa be seen at Boon
No. lsTmUtehell Lynda's build
Arthur Burrall, ineUiager,
Rock Island or Colons, III.
OWCH MORS tm bmraaaey
with the world, 2O00
completely eared man are
ataa-ins happy pre lie for
ine sxeem, craaa
eat ana moat aae
censful rnre for aaa-
lontvtRnr known ta
medical arlewra, Aa
aecoonto? thai man
derfHl diacewa, la
mo, rorm, wit rer.
DmalarT) tVaa. TrSl aaanla- vlan
permaaeaily restored. Failure lmpoaalula.
wAm.A HTtT.faBLB SCAH Oat
aeSaraJ WDBLaVIT. AMBTTBTm
IJL!-.fM ZVCOafB TO
-a.Mw..MSwaf RIORT m.
BOW. THE BEST PAT BTTJR OP
PBRED POR BlasTTtAaT aUUtVICH.
The Coannaolitaa Maariae.editdbJoaar
Bvammm WAum, nln to add a man
a a ariUioa ta ia cfioHele. alrt.dy the Utav
cM.oiaclligc.t, thinkint nam miiail
By aay periodical ia t ba worla.
IT IS) FKSPAUffiD TCMT BIBB.
BOMELjY POX A88X8TAJrCB HIS.
nfTBTTl. It ulaliss taa esisloea of
AJ1 that as twowhwd of asr
aa rellabiUty sarasstasaa and
k. - Sfe aaattar oa was other
ft arm par
Tow to o-raaaino Into this otter.
Apply, atxtiaa; emirina. eiruMlkr aad mfaj.
Irrraatea aa the Mewma, Mew Vaaw
ooaraaxv cUatrlot. oa
early lessons of riiflrthood
As the home is the true
begin too young to aconite
One of the most helpful
Admi nlstrators Notioa.
at Aadrew rearaoa, liriiin.
Taa aaSaraltaaS aaelas Beea rr f i 'aaa
ewaaru at the laat M 1 irrtiminl f t aiaiea
Pearaea, late af the caaaty af Back -'-iit
atata o Ilhaota. deeeaaed. barvhy aa an tint
that abe will aptpaar aefere the eeaaty eeart af
Sack lalaad eonnty, at the oStoe of aha dark ef
aaldeaart, la the city of Bock lalaad, at Che
April teta-L oa the Brat Monday la aaefl
aeat. at wUch Uata all aatenaa aavmc rlilme
atalaat eaM aetata are aottSed aad reaaaaud ta
anead for the par-peee of havtef the eeme aeV
taatod. All aareoaa ladebted le eald aetata are ra
med make iameduta paymeatta the aw
Dated this 15th day af Feoraary, A. P.. saL
0-4 a Paaasoa, admulsnratrU.
Jackboi a Hoaa. Attorneya.
STATE OF ILLIHOIS, I
Boom ImlAMn Coi'TT, (
To Man Donah oe. Aaale Doaahae. Seanh
aad the aakaowa owners aad all otaara laiei
Ycm are berehy aotiSed that the foOewlaa lota
and Unda, to-wlt: The (M half (H ) of lot eae
(1) la block rmm (71 ta Una-ma m Wells ad.
dliion to the city of Bark I. land, ttaetatf la tha
eeaaty of Rock I.land aa ata of llliaaia, aa
aeared to Denala Et.-aa.v-aa rwM la William ta
Bnh-y at the eoanty coleure tax Bale oa Jaaa
1th ItNS, for taiee apoa amaoate dae the Mate ef
llliaola, coonty of Bock lalaad ana city of Hack
I, land, for the year ltM a- eriern'-cd ay aaa
eertala certlSeatr. and that tha andenlfaed It
H. Tomey la the Ircal a ljfrjr ana owaa. of tha
aa'd eartilcaie. ana that tbe laje of - rlia
from aa- sale will cap re oa the T h day of I aaa.
A. D . 17. Johb H Toaar.
Maa. aaar i-awaarea.
STATB OF ILLINOIS,
Hocb lauira OooirrT. f
la the drcalt court la (
reaeral No. AUM
ManaSeU M. atarseoa vs. Patrick Qtmrnm Boa
Notice la hereby eivaa that by Ttrtaeof aao
eree of raid coon, entered la tha above entHUS
f?T: " "e of Jaaaarr, A. D. 1it,
I anau. oa Satarday. the ISta day of alarch.
A. D lfV7, at the boor of 1 o'clock la rb. aflar
aooa, at the front door of the court boeaa. la the
eity of Bork laland, la aaid eoanty of Bock 'ilaaS.
to eati.ry said decree, aell at pablle vaadae to
the talgbeat aad beat bloder for cash in haad, these
eertala pareela ef land, aitaate ra the eoaatr af
Ronk Island and etate of IlUaom, kaowa and de
scribed aa follows, to-wtt:
Th- andir ded ooe-Sfth part of lota aaa (11 aad
two (Si Is block ehrbteea (IS) aad the aadr-rrdaS
eoa-dfth part of taa e-sth ooe hsndrad aad thh-to
(ISO) feel of lot tea (MM la block anmbar tair-
i nsi.all la i
et uaaae aadtuoa tataa
cltr of Bock Island.
Dated at Bock I.land, ITIlnoH, this let day af
Febniary, AuDIaST. El wis E. PAKaaaTBa. .
Maatar la Chancery. Bock UlamdOoaatyTnL
' O. B. lfamraau, Uraanlataaat'a Sirttrtl-Tr-
' Notioe of Sale of Real Estate.
fTATB Or ILLTBOTB, I
Baoa la-Laja trraTT. I
By vlrurw. of a l scrotal ardor efthaee-
fwt ar aaia conotr entared a the Febreary
term. A. D. iSVT.of said eeart. oa the petrUoa of
amouroaoii, naroiaa OT Kettle B.
McCoasall, Laara . MoOoaaell. Maa B. Mc
UaaaeU aad Hartley a MeOoanell. saia ra. ta
eeU the real estate hrreraafiar eearrlbed. beloes
lot to them I shall, oa WedaeedayVthe thlra
far of Blarrh. A. D . 1MY7. at the soatt doorof
tha eoan boa as, la the dty of Bock I.amd.
aoaaty of Bock lalaad and state of IlUoota. el
aa ara soxaoca
day. aeU all the tight, title, claim aad lalersat of
aid minora, ta aad to the following ooscrPard
teal estate, eltaato ra tbe etraaty of Itock blaad
and atate of nnaota. to-wi :
The ana aat half (M) of the aurth I faartsr
(H) af aaatiaa elateon . aad tba east oes-salf
(Ml of the aonb-eaet oaam-r (hi) of sactwa
(171, au ia tewnaaip sunoea fra). asi ta
s), warn or taa loana tetni prm
Itaa. onatalnlraT aaa hand rod aad
r (li) arrea.
raid eale will be made at aablle aacUaaaa
the bla-haat sad beat bloder for cash la bead.
Aroarw W. McCosnraix,
uaarama ar aaia
ACa-aoa a Hrasr. attoraeya.
ClC CICMS To
Is hers aad yoa will want
that timepieee eleaaed aad
pat ia shape ao that yoa oaa
be more punctual dariag taa
coming year. Oar facilities
for handling this work are
tha best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
aad era seldom fail.
All yoa aaad to do Is drop
as a postal aad year elock
will be called for and re
turned to yoa fa good order.
IK Second Its