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TITE AltOUS. WEDNESDAY, -JANUATiV 10, 1000.
H 114 West Second Street
Ko matter what other stores
uaay say or do in the papers, the
fact remains that when it conies
right down to real bargain giv
tttands head and shoulders over
them all. This month we are
going to win new laurels and
make friends bv offering value"
severs 1 degrees better than
you've ever know n before.
Specials For This
Clearing Sale of Ladles
S braid trimmed beaver
jackets reduced to $3.98
fx all lined bouelu iotli
jackets redueeil to.... -4.S
fl- satin lined kersey
jackets reduced to ... . 7.Q8
fs.y.l golf pltil jackets
reduced to 4-98
f 5 plaid bick children's
red ker.ev jackets re
duced to! 3.48
$3.75 braid trimmed chil
dren's beaver jackets
reduced to 1.9S
$10 cloth cape made id
heavy novelty curl
good. ii.'I inches long,
lined with merceiized
sateen. Tidbit fure.tge,
rcdue-d to 0.98
f 7.50 Mitt r tfTect erepon
skirt, cut to 4.98
f7..ri0 corded and plain
mohair and serge skirt
' it to.... 3.98
$1.50 plaid waists, re
duced to 99c
f-5) braided Uannel
waists reduced to 1.48
$1.50 black stin waists,
tucked and corded, cut
f5b'ack taffeta silk w:iists
corded front and back,
cut to 2.98
$i3.1x black taffeta silk
waists, tucked yoke
front, corded back le-
duced to 4.48
75e black sateen waists
reduced to 4SC
$2.50 mercerized sateen
waists reduced to 1.09
$l.h'. eiderdown dressing
sacijue. reduced to. . . . 1.29
$2.25 eiderdown dressing
sacque, satin edge, re
duced to 1.69
figured stlkoline petti
coats reduced to 1.48
fl.,0- l.!ack satin j.ytti.
coats reduced to..... 99c
$o.lS black niercericl
sateen petticoat?, cut to 2.48
$3 black mercerized sat
een petticoats cut to.. 3.98
tafTeta silk petticoats
reduced to 2.9S
ft lafTeta silk petticoa's
reduced to 3.98
l i'i ladies' calico tleeeed
lined wrapper, reduc
ed to., 75c
Clearing Sle of
Trimmed hats reduced to HALF
See our line of trimmed Hack
velvet hats, made es
pecially for this pale,
worth double, to.'.',
ti.US and $3.98
f.l ladies' gonuine hand
turned and welt soles,
reduced to $1.9S
" UNIQUE GIFT.
The follow ing, which is of interest
to the local members of the Christian
Science faith, is taken from the Con
Concord has recently bad two vis
itors who came hero upon au uuusual
and u mo tie errand. These visitors
were Frau Bertha flimtlier-Peterson
and Fraulein IdaSchoen.of Hannover,
(lerxnanv. who crossed the watir to
pay their respects to an eminut c'.ti
.en of Concord. Mary Hiker Eldv
and to present her with a beautiful
and valuab'e copy of tlia Uerman
Bible, the gift of the Christian Scien
tists of (inrruauy.
'Frau Peterson, who is the leader
or turt.aii Science wort in uan-
nover, Germany, is the daughter of a
celebrated physician, and is a tfoman
of great intellectuality una marked
ability. Through the healing of a
friend who hid cme to America. &ne
was led to send for a copy of the
Christian Science text-book. -Science
and Heilth With Key to th Scrip
ture.' of which Mrs." Eddy is the au
thor. From her study of this treatise
on the sc enes of life she was herself
healed of severe maladies and restored
to perfect heaitn. Mc tnen visueu
America and took a thorough course
of study in one of the leading Chris
tian Science institutes. Ou her re
turn toCerman v she at once entered
actively upon the work of applied
christianit v with great success.
'This movement has a Jargt follow
. -. i i i ?
in"- in liermany. ami, as eire uerB, is
growing rapidiy. Among the first to
it t rau 1 eterson lor help was me
ton of the famous Count von Moltke,
the great lield-marsdial of the
German empire. Ilerr von .Moltke
was completely healed of long stand-
i.ig ailments. lor wnicn ne aau in
vain sought far and wide for relief.
His restoration to health waa so re
markable that it attracted widespread
interest in the court circles of the em
pire; and among others who beciuie
interested is the sister of Emperor'
William, win) U now rciding 'Science
and Health' with interest ami prolit.
''Hrr von Moltke, thoroughly con
vinced fio:n careful study and from
his own practical experience of the
rnstworthiness of the ChiUtly relig
ion which had hcale-l kiln, identified;
himself with the movement, anil, be
ing a talented musician of exceptional
ability, glaulv gare his services as
poloist for the repgious services of
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in
Among others to receive physical
and spiritual help in Hannover from
this healing religionis a distinguished
loctor of medicine, who said to rrau
Petersou: 'Vour religion is doing
greater things than I have ever done.1
A clergvman was healed of many ail
ments after an unprejudiced and in
telligent study of 'Science and Health,'
and is now performing his Chtisllyi
iirtinstralioT-- in iieaimg ine hck anu
estoring the .-inful in the light of
Jhristian Science. After being con-
rinoml f,.w. i t hnriinirli inv4tiir:ltinn
uf t he Christ spirit made manifest in .
its followers, he dtclared t-fcat he must
nit in practice its divine primp,.e. j
"The stinlioits tiabits, the profound i
scholarship, the kindly nature, and
the simple faith of the German peo-
ile make easy t he acceptance of tliet
'hrist science which Mrs. Ivldy has
named Christian Science.
In the past, only the State chnrth
of Germany has had a charter from
the government. On application,
however, from thcCliristian Scientists,
an exception was made in their favor.
nart from the State church ton is the
only denomination which has ever
been granted a charter by the empire, j
Cases of healing li ive occurred so
frequently at the meetings of the Han
nover church that now people attend
their services for that purpose, and'
simple f-tith is thus manifested.
"The gratitude of the German people
for benefits received and their pro-
found reverence and esteem for the
founder and discoverer of Christian ,
Science is especially marked and not- '
able, this gratitude found expres-j
sion in the presentation oi tne gin iori
which Frau Peterson visiled Concord, j
This copv of the Helv Scriptures,
which is a rare specimen of the prin- his skin was not white. The cxperi
ter's and bock binder's art, is sub- tnce was repeated several times until
stantislly bound in leather with ricn j
silver ttimmings and
i i.l'i u"' me
latter of which is engraved the name
. i. ........ '
f Mrs Eddy.
From the title-page one learns
that the sacred work is a translation
of the Holy Scriptures according to
Sound, Hard Muscles,
Use Food Medicine.
One tras jjoon Tut pr
voup plate. Tars and
nourishes lik I erf.
Coulain no beef or
Cook-Book and the Starr
Tkc Baailloa-Stack Wf. C.
Martin Luther, and contains SO fine
engraving upon Old Testancent Fiib-
ieets by the great masters, and 15
rare engravings on the life of Jesns
by the world-famous artist, Heinrich
"A handsome illaminated page bas
been inserted, which in beautiful tier
man' text, rends as follows: -The
mem burs of First Church of Christ.
Scientist, in Hannover, Germany, in
profound esteem, present this volume
to their beloved Teacher and Leader.'
Then follow the names of the donors.
In connection with this expression
of love and gratitude for the phvsical
aid spiritual healing that bas come to
these reverent people througn Mrs.
Eddv is an interesting incident. One
of the early students of Mrs. Eddy was
a German, and to him Mrs. Jvidv said
Germany will be the lirst European
nation to accept Christian Science.
Tbeir love of God. their profound re
ligious character, their deep faith and
strong intellectual qualities make
them particularly receptive to Chris
tian Science.' In the presence of
this prized gift it is seen that this
prophecy is being fulfilled."
IN THE THAMES.
Specimen 0f nff rtottle osc
AU London Is discussing the great
size of the bottle nosed whale whicla
has been captured in the Thames. The
whale was measured by the county of
ficial. He is Cd feet from the end of
his nose to tint tip of Ids tall. In the
thickest part of his body he Is 11 feet
across. The flare ends of Lis tail are
lo feet apart.
The stretch of the river called G.il-
lion's reach was where the monster
w:fcs captured, says the Xew York Jour
nal. He was discovered near the Al
liert docks, and 5o or more small tujrs
Immediately gave chase. For four
hours they played ta;j with the bottle
nose frdm Trip Cock point to Silver-
town iM-troleimi works. Every time
one of the tiKM came near him the
whale would lift a wave of dirty
Thames water over his pursuers. Get
ting tired of the chase and anxious to
take a rest, the whale ran ou to the
bank on the arsenal shore. He pave a
great spouting exhibition just before
he died, which was watched by fully
Iu the afternoon some one hitched a
chain to his tail, and he was pulled
Lij;h and dry on shore by some steam
derricks which had beeu run down on
the adjoining railroad tracks. The body
will be presented to the British mu
seum. MAGAZINE FOR BACHELORS.
Ttvo ChicaKi) Society Women Will
Start ync I-'or the I)ineuriled Sex.
According to the New York World a
magazine for bachelors and the en
couragement of bachelorhood will be
start i'd iu Chicago by two prominent
young society women ou the South
! Side. Mrs. Miirioii Thornton Egbert
and Miss I 'age Waller Sampson.
'"Our magazine will be devoted e
olu.sivcly to the interests of the discard
ed sex," said Mrs. Egbei t. "1 have
observed there were many pnblications
to help women, but not one to aid the
bachelor ami to make his path easier.
We will print fashions for men, give
chafing dish lessons, write of men
about town, give suggestions for chris
tenings, tell of the duties of men" to
their typewriters, inform them bow to
j keep clean on $10 a week, anil we will
devote :i department to 'types of fair
Why lie I a Waiter.
W. E. It. Du Bois, in his book, "The
Philadelphia Negro." devotes much
space to authentic Instances, proving
that, in the words of the author, "the
road to success is to have a white
face." Professor Du Hois cites many
individual c;es in support of bis
somewhat bitter, deduction, one of the
most striking leiug the experience of
a graduate of the University of Penn
sylvania. This young colored man took a
course iu mechanical engineering, was
an apt student, was well recommend
ed nud by reason of his excellent rec-
i situation through an ad
Ile reiMirted for work, re-
mained only a few hours and was theu
discharged for the simple reason that
lie became utterly discouraged. He
waiter in the university club.
where he is forced to serve white fel
lie Ilentl Calne.
While Hall Caiue was iu this coun
try several years ago the Aldine club
of Xew York city dined him. Among
those invited to meet Mr. Calne was
on of the most popular of our Ameri-
can authors. Soon after the dinner be
gan aiuner cartis uegan to circulate
wLlh requests for autographs. The
author iu question whispered to bis
"I'm going to send my card up to Mr.
Caine as soon as I can. for I am down
for a speech later on, and I want to be
cble to say that I've read something
that Caine has written." Xew York
Mail aDd Express.
HUH on a tilvan Am mi .
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous U
the needy and suffering. The propri
etors of Dr. King's Xew Discovery for
Consumption, Conghs and Colds have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all diseases of the throat,
chest and lungs are surely cured by
it. Call on Hartz & Ullemeyer, drug
gists, and get a free trial bottle.
Kegular size l0 cents and f 1. Every
bottle guaranteed or price refunded
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
Batrb of News Gathered In the Town on
Milan. Jan. 10.- Mr. and Mrs. G.
II. Honens left Tuesday to spend the
winter with . relatives in Iowa and
Grace Kennedy spent Saturday and
Sunday iu Kock Island.
Miss Bertha Bertelsen, of South
Heights, is visiting in Milan.
G. K. Svdnor took possession of bis
store, formerly run by K. B. Girton.
Mrs. J. R. McMichael and Miss Min
nie White returned Monday after a
visit in Zulu a.'
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Matthews
celebrated their silver wedding anni
versary last Saturday.
The stationary engine which wis
put in the col ton mid about five
years ago was sold and shipped to
Cribben Sexton, of Chicago.
Mrs. Isaac llickets and children, of
Bowling, left Friday for Puebio, Col.,
to join her husband, who jvent there
several months ago for his health.
News of the death of Mrs. Charles
Owens, in Cleveland, Ohio, was re
ceived by Alex Owens, father of the
bereaved husbanl. She died Satur
day. Ludewig Goldsmith, bridge tender
at the canal, left Saturday to visit his
brother Henry at Freeport, ami his
sister, Mrs. Thomas White, of Warren.
News of the demise of Walter Har
nett, of Taylor Biage, at 1 o'clock
Sunday night-, has been received by
friends and relatives in Milan. He
was aged 10 and and a son of Post
master and Mrs. Burnett.
The y-uionths-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Bjner died last
Thursday and was buried Saturday at
Chippianuock. The funeral look
place from the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William lioyer at 2 o'clock. Bev. II.
W. Rcherd officiated.
Mrs. J. A Juergeson, who died
suddenly Friday evening at U o'clock
at her home on Big island, was buried
Monday morning at Chippiannock
cemetery. She leaves, beside her
husband and two daughters, ber
father, A. Peterson, six brothers and
one sister. The funeral service took
place at the home at 1 o'clock, with
the six brothers as pallbearers, liev.
J. B. Butter oiliciated.
Mrs G. F. Kramer, past patron of
Rock Island chapter, installed the olli
cers of Milan chapter No. i2G, O. E.
S., last Friday evening, as follows:
Worthy matron, Margaret R. Car
naghau; worthy patron, George Ten
ges; associate matron. Mrs. Elizabeth
Thatcher; secretar3, Mrs. Sadie John -ston;
treasurer, Mrs. Agnes L. Wig
gins; conductress, Mrs. Evaline Heath;
associate conductress, Mrs. Edith
Brandenburg: adah. Ma belle Heath;
ruth, Airs. Nora Thompson; est her.
Sadie Carnaghan; martha,. Kalhryn
Carnaghau; electa, Emma Dittmer;
chaplain, Mrs. Helen Owens; marshal,
Vesta Sears; organist. M's. Hariiei
Little; waidur, Vrs. Mary F. Teugt s;
sentinel, Frank II. Hairis.
Pf. fleet of Altitude.
Perhaps in no state of the Union l:?.s
climate so much to do with the charac
ter of the people as in Colorado Is the
contention of a writer in Aiusleu's. lie
says iu part:
"Jo Into Colorado, climb the long
ascent from the level of the Missouri
and then as you emerge from the train
into the handsomely improved streets
and among the unsurpassed brick and
stone residences of Denver feel your
head swim with the lofty altitude and
the rarefied air; then realize that the
miners went ou a mile farther into the
air, that they are working nnd taking
out million's of dollars of gohl to the
present day a mile higher In the air at
Cripple Creek, at Leadville and a dozen
other places. It will make you pause
to think what exaltation there is in
dwelling there always, what staying
powers the pioneers must have had.
"Wait a day or so until the vertigo
has passed away nnd the exhilaration
comes to you that always comes when
you have climbed a mountain and
stood upon its top and gazed out over
a wide world that expands below you.
Then you will begin to feel that elec
tric, that nervous surcharge, that In
domitable, undiscourageable, almost
towering spirit of elevation and still
further elevation that makes Colorado
almost the liveliest, the most irre
pressible, the most determined element
In the American body, social and poll
tic." Siberian I'oat Iloraea.
The horses, the small, hardy breed of
the steppes, are worked up to the last
ouuee iu them, ou good road or bad,
and when they reach the welcome post
house are tied up under a mere lean to
and there left all in a lather to freeze
stiff until their turn of service comes
round again. For some reason which
I have never been able to ascertain
they are invariably tied up with their
beads drawn as high as they will go.
On taking them out for another stage
the driver, whose whip has a sort of
saw tooth arrangement affixed to the
end on the side of the stock opposite
the lash, roughly scrapes off with it
the hoar frost which bas thickly In
crusted their legs and. Indeed, their
At first the poor beasts walk with
the gait of a Dutch doll; but. as the
driver says, he "soon warms them up.
Another peculiarity of these marvelous
steeds is that they always get a pail
ful or more of ice cold water to drink
before starting out for their "trick" on
the road, with the result that they
tremble all over Iu a manner pitiable
to sec, but otherwise seem to be only
the more tit for their work. Black
wood. Bean tia
Great Furniture, Carpet and Matting Sale
Commencing Mondav, Jan. 8th, Ending Saturday,
tH Jan. 20th.
piece Roxbury, 37 yards 66C
piece border to match 62 -C
piece 10 wire tapestry, l5,
yards " 623c
p:ece 1 wire border to match,
Sjo yards 59c
piece 10 wire topestrv, o" .
J!irds 621 C
piece 10 wire bonier to
piece 10 wire tapestry, 17
piece 10 wire border to
piece of extra heavy tapestry
3l yards .. 55c
piece of extra heavy tajn-stry,
35 yards .. 52C
piece of hall and stair tapes
try for 47 C
piece tapestry, 43 yards
fr . . 471
We are going to give you bargains that you will not be able to get again, to make room for
Spring Goods. These are cash prices only. The prices we are giving you for the next two
weeks are nearly all less than what the goods can be replaced for.
W. S. HOLBROOK.
102 and 107, East Second
TO BE DEPENDED ON.
Ilernuae It 1 the Kxperlenre of M Kork
Island Citizen ami C'au be Keatltly
A stranger lost in alargecitv would
place far more depend(-nee on the di
rections given him by a local resident
th in the guidance of another stranger
like himself. This is a natural conse
quence of experience; it's, like a ship
in a strange port a trusty pilot, fa
miliar with the harbor, is alwas
called upon lo bring her safely to her
moorings, bo it is with endorsement ;
we doubt the sayings of people living
at distant points because we can't in
vestigate, but public expression of
local citizens can be depended on. foi
'tis an easy matter to prove it. Evi
dence like the following is beyond dis
pute: Frank liallenger, of ,'5o31
Seventh avenue, conductor on the Red
Line of the street railway, says:
From fall until spring it wa9 a
steady, ftching pain across my back,
lining weak there, getting on and oil
the car si often, and the jarring ami
jolting, further aggravated the
trouble. There was too frequent ac
tion of the kidney secretions, which
v as very annoying through the day.
I saw Doan's Kidney l'ills advertised
iu the daily pipers and I obtained a
In x at Marshall & Fisher's drugstore.
I found them just as represented.
They relieved the pain in my back and
regulated the kidney ditticulties. I
had several colds since, but they did
not a fleet by back as formerly."
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan'a and
take no substitute.
& Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rock Island.
" C.RI.& P. Depot .
" 2Mb Street Depot..
" Decatur ...
" Indianapolis .........
" Terre Haute
" E vans v ill e
8-00 a m
, 8:05 am
II:) a m
. 1:17 pm
. 3:15 p m
. 3:20 p m
. 6:10 p m
. 20 p m
. 7:00 p m
. b:06 p m
. V:35 p in
M p m
4:55 p DC
P::3 p m
S:00 p IE
0:30 p m
7:BO p m
3:30 a It
6:30 a IE
7:10 a n
9 :JS a m
7:30 a m
9:00 a m
8:10 p m
6 AS p ID
10:30 p m
.10:23 p m
. 1:80 am
. 2:no a m
. 2:35 p m
. 7:30 p m
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches z.nd sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gen'l Pass. Agent,
Bock Island. II i
are iooul In natnr. Tby jM&f ' rcu!X y to'
ts a riric I rifwi --,- 7tter,
IXftfUm BIJ'1 R'l Hk:i Oi rTH. f)CA but.
I0KWST0M. H0LL0WY ;0 pbilada.. Pa.
We plaoe on sale 10 rolls
of best all wool carpets,
regular prica 00c, sale
price 521 C
S rolls good all wool ear
pet, regular price o7.c
sale price 50C
7 rolls medium all wool
carpet, regular price, .
55e. sale price ;. 471c
Remnants, all wool, 20
yards and under 45c
Remnants, all wool, -0
yards and under 47ic
'0 bedroom suits, with
large bevel edge mir
rows.will go this sale $t3.QO
11 solid osk sideboards,
with French plate bevel
edge mirrows 12.75
A large solid oak exten
sion table, square top,
polish finish, will go in
this .sale at 5.90
1 lot of line couches, up
holstered, in corduroy
orvelour, will be closed
out t 6.75
For the Best
See the Big Store's
of good things. The .
largest stock of furni
ture ever shown in
Beautiful Things in Par
This is the place to save
Davenport Furniture and
S24 S2S. S?8 Brady St.. Davenport.
BURIED WITH ORDERS.
WHY? Because we carry tbe
CABLE. lump and nut.
SUPERIOR, lump and egg.
POCAHONTAS and CANNEL.
Second growth wood.
E. B. McKOWN.
-s , r -i3
1 piece Stinson's velvet carpet. j
24.1 yards, regular price $1, !
sale price, per yard SDC '
1 piece bonier to match, per j
1 piece Stinson's velvet oil !
yards, sale price S5C
1 piece border to match fiOc i
1 piece St iu sou's velvet carpet, .
25 2-3 yards, sale price S5c '
1 piece border to match 80t''
1 velvet stair, .".' yards, sale i
price, per yard 8()ci
1 piece velvet carpet A'Ot' '
1 lot cotton chain mattings. ',
will go this sale at
2 lots Chinese mattings, extra
Ailmliitxt mtor' Notice.
Estate of William J She. deenNCI.
The umlorsiinecl ti;i in hern appoint oil a.l
miuistrairix of tlic 'ni:uc of Williimi .1.
Suea, of Hi,? count v of Ko.-k In
land. Kiato of Illinois. lcci-:i-.l'il, licn-l.y
Kives not iff that she u ill :iiu-ar lirn.ic
Ihe county court of Kock Iviand count . at i he
county court room, in Uic citv of locU island,
at tue l'cliruary term . n tfce tlrst. Moiata in
Keburary next. at. w l.icli t ine all pciNni.t
huvtiDf claims ui-'alnst said estate arc tuuiJii il
anil requested to attend, for the purpose of
bavintf tue same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estnte are re
quested to make Immediate payment lo
Dated this null dav of December. A. T I?
CATH Eli I xk II v.K, drm ill .lr.it i ;
McEniiiy .fcMcKMKY, tiolieitors.
rotate of Henry Trernann. deccaned
The undertiU'ticd, huviui; oeen upinniii e (
futrix of the last will and tet4iiient of ilctnv
Tremaiwi. iate of tlio county of Kock isl.ir u,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby eves nonce
that ohc a ill appear before the count v toui t of
Kock Island county, hl the countv conn room.
In the city of Uock Hand, at t.bR rV!m :i v
term, on t!,e Unit Monday In February next,
at wbich time all persons havlni; "elauns
against s-.itd estate are no! Hied and n-iiuesied
to-attend for the purpose of having thesariKj
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment lit
i'aiou tins ir.tb dav of Keecinber. A. f. lviii.
Maiim T It I.MAN , KfCUtllX.
Jackson t llrusT, At tcrnejs.
Ftat of John Kluinmaler, deceased.
The ui.dcrhlened having oeen appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testaaieni of John
lCleiunialer. late of the county of Kock island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby Kives
notice thai he will appeur before the county
court of Kock Island county, at the county
court room. In the city of Kock Isl
and, at the February term, A !' iwni, on the
first Monday in February next, ul whi,?h time all
persons having claims in;;iltist said estate arc
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of bavins' the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment lo the
Dated this lf.th day or Ieceinvcr. A. ll. m9.
lir.l MIAUT I ; Kit. Kit Kxeetitur
Marlon 1 Sweeney, Attorney for lor' J.xocu-
Ssle of Jteal futate.
By yirtue of an order and decree of the
county t'ourt of Koeit Island ounl.v. Illinois
made on the petition if the untlers 'ned. H u
ll m II loonan. aominlstralor or the est ate r,r
Frede.iek Hu?kley, lirnriiswl, lor leave lo set!
Ihe real estate of said deceased, at the Jarm
ur term A. 1. I'.ou. of salil court, to-wlt: cm
the hi h day of January. Ifcoo. 1 Kha'l en the
Tin day of February exi, between the limi s
f 10 o clock in ttin forenoon and ! o clo:!i iu
the afle mi' ii of sa:l dav. sell at publi'? sale,
at tbe east door of thecourt hotiMC in the citv
of Itoek Island, in said county, the r-ul est re
descrined a follows. t-wlt:
The west halt (Hi of the northwest quarter
('it of section twenty-one ). in townslnii
sixteen (Ifl). north ra"ire thrte Co. west of tin?
fourth principal mmidiai, coutainin;; -i 1 1 1 1 ,
(HO; acres more or lss
Also the north eastquarter (', I of t hs miii h
wet quarter of seciin tvttntv-oiie til). In
townstiip i-lxteen W. north lunse three C1,),
west of the fourth principal meridian, co:ilal'i
lnif forty (i) acres more or ie-s
Alo the followirnr, vl: Meiflniiinif at a point
in tne eas; line of the s'mth st .j .rter ( 'i ) of
sec Ion number twenty-one VI-1 in tow. ship
numbers x teen (Kb nun bof rante number I hrc?
:t) weslol he fourth (4tli) principal ineriil an.
ninety-live rods nortn of the so ji beast
corner (if the north one-half of the north
west quarter Ct1 1 section number twen v
eik'hi. c ii towftship nurni.er sixteen (it;
north ratine three (.: west of tue fourto prin
cipal meridian: the.ee north ixty-rlve iMi
rod more or less to the northeast riimi-r (if
tb? HOiilh half ( , t of said southwest quarter of
section nuiutM-r iwentv-one (21;: 'henee wf-st
at riKht angles, oru? hundred and slxtv f(V;
rods to Die wes; lirn of sad Mrction number
iwenty-one iy. thence south alonif said c,t
line siny-liv ( lods: therce east one hun
dred hxiv flB1 riKis tbe point of bem
niDK. eonta ninif sixty-live (ijfi acres more or
less Ail in the count v of Itofk Idand and
state of 11 inois. on tbe foli.;int; tctns. to-wii .
For cash io hand al tbe dale of sa d sal.
Dated tl.U "lb. rtv or Januarv. A. I. i:.
V I I.I.I AM 11. OOONAN.
Adminis rat.or or the tslate of Frederbtk
SAXLt.i.ic K'E.xi woiirnT, Solicitor.