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The article filled the better part of a col
oiini, for Mr. Redstock was a well known
man, and his duath was a strange, aad
tragedy, over which the reporter fondly
lingered, lie bad one to Lis office, so it
w. stated, on the evening previo is with
.ihe wsitfa of waking up some arrears of
eorivspondcnce. In tossing the pipers in
bis desk about he had come npm a re
rolver, which he had picked up ami started
to load. Through some carelessness on
his part the weapon was fired while pointed
at his breast, and the shot had proved mor
tal. The report was heard by several jier
ons in the building, and forcing the door
they found a tableau which told t ue entire
story as plainly as though each act Lad
Ihhmi v. iuicssoi! and recorded. " On the desk
were letters laid out to be answered.
Drawers v. en.-opt n and ; wipers Kcutteivd
about, showing thatl he had bwun tx search
of some (lix-nnicnt when he happened npon
tlie weapon. In the center of the desk was
a box of cartridges and the pistol ramrod
mid cleaner, aud near the feet of Che dead
man lay the weapon, fonr chambers empty,
one lo;;ded and one filled with a s tell.
The dUeovery was made at 11 o'clock in
When he reached the eud of the narra
tive Mo.fyn laid down the paper and stared
at t lie wall. lie was dazed for the moment,
ami could cot mr.ka an effort to accommo
date the facts that he had just read with
what lie had known before. At last it be
came clear to him, for one thing, that Iled
stock was dead, and he heaved a lone situ
That danger was passed.
Was it an accident? he asked himself;
or was it not more likely a biiicide, with
this arrangement of things about the desk
cunningly designed for the jurpose of
throwing off suspicion? Weil, what did it
mat ter? Mostyn's secret was sa fe.
"Safe," he muttered; "safe yes but
hold! the people at the house t hey heard
him cry out to me fvom the street must
have heard it why, that can't let me
see 11 o'clock? but it was 3 o'clock when
lie calle.l to me dead at 11 I k iow it was
3 yes, and later it was 5 the second time
impossible there is s;.me mistake the
paper is wrong no, I am wrung but 1
certainly heard it 3 o'clock II o'clock
why, that is Jive hours yes, five hours."
Repeating it over and over did not make
it any clearer. In the end theoaly conclu
sion which Mostyn reached was that some
thing was wrong and this meant nothiu
As he was ostensibly one of the nearest
friends of the dead mu;i, it was natural
that he should make inquiries about the
accident. A small amount of investiga
tion satisfied him, beyond all doubt, that
Basil Hed;oi k had. shot himself intention
ally, and alo that he was dead by 11
o'clock in the evening.
"Hut that was Wfore I we.it to bed,"
That evening he expected to hear his fel
low loardt rs refer to the strange noises of
the niuht before; but uo one spoke of them.
Then Mostyn himself told about a drunken
in;m who was crying out in lront of the
house about 3 o'clock in the morning, and
surprise was manifested by h:s listeners.
Xi.ue of them had hejird a sound.
Havinsr had no sleep in thirty-six hours,
Kdgar Mostyn was inclined to retire early.
He went to his room at t o'clock, and as a
preliminary of undressing took the revolv
er out of his pocket and put it away in the
desk. The act brought hack to his mind
the singular half dreams of the previous
night, when he had repeatedly seen him
self shot and felt himself fa ling. After
he got into bed, in the dark aad stillness,
the weinl and awfnl panorama legan once
more to whirl past his tight! closed eyes.
In v.iin he tried to drive it away. There
was always the same scene v. trying in de
tails, but unchanged in the priucipal ele
ments Basil liedstock aiminp the weapon,
firing, nnd Mostyn falling.
At last, in spite of it all, ho was becom
ing drowsy, and almost ready to sleep.
"Mostyn! Coward! Come out and be
There it was again! loud and clear, al
most a shriek. It came from the middle
of the street and w;ts the voies yea, plain
ly the voice of Basil Redstock. Why, he
was rleadl But this was his voice. What
diditmeau? A dream? A hoax' Or mad
Before Mostyn knew what he did he
stood by the window looking into the
street. There was no one to be seen. He
shivered and turned back toward the bed
room. Then he heard a noise of talking in the
hall just outside his door. Plainly this
time the cry had roused the lionse, and he
hnrriedly slipped on a dressing gown to be
ready shonld any one enter the room.
No one came. Presently be opened the
door and looked out. Two men stood at
the front end of the hall in the large bay
window which overhung the street. They
were fellow lodgers of Mostyn, and they
were conversing with apparent unconcern
"Did you hear it?" asked lnnstyn.
"Hear what?" said one of be men.
"The the crazy man yelling in the
"Not a sound."
"How long have you been a ending here ?"
"Ten fifteen minutes."
Mostyn noticed that one of the windows
was open. How was it possible that the
cry should have penetrated to his bed
room, to rouse him half asleep and yet
bo unnoticed by these men standing by
the open window?
As he turned this question over in his
mind, gazing in dumb wonder at the man
who had last spoken, the wc rds came again
to his startled ears, this time in a wild and
"Mostyn! Coward! Come out and be
It was snch a cry as might have belched
from the jaws of some fierce animal that
had acquired the power of speech. It
seemed to echo and re-echo through all the
house, making the windows rattle and the
doors shake, and Mostyn listened for an
answering nproar. He looked to see the
men at the window turn t pon him with
horror in their faces, and demand to know
what it meant.
But after the sound of tho last word died
away, the house remained still. The men
at the window did uot move.
On; of them 8aid, "The street is unusu
aJly quiet to-night."
" Yes," an.-iweivd the other, and Mostyn
staggered back into his room.
Then the muscles of hi.-, body relaxed,
and u tumbled into aa aw kward heap on
the floor. It was not a faint; it was the
utter exhaustion that comes over a man
whtn f r the .ii-- lime he beholds the im-
An Spir ;i;:d, and the voice in the
street In- i'i-5 braiu luul been silent.
He dral'gel himself to tJe bed and fell
heavily it. Sick aad weary with
donbt, dYuuiv questioning, e closed
his eyes no once more sougni, iur eiecy.
in! Uowaru; u u "
there it sounded iigain. VV ell, let
lie would altjej sleep in apist
Coward! Gome oat and be
htr 1 f
Lorn c this Uma, terribly Joad that
Mostyn leaped and fell back trembling
like a frightened child.
And now the awful longing for sleep be
gan to grow upon the brain, aa hunger
gnaws npon the body.
In the gray of early dawn he gave np the
struggle, arose and dressed, and went out
of the house to walk the streets.
He began to drink whisky, brandy and
at last absinthe. It was all like so much
water. Thoroughly frightened toward the
close of the long day, he called to see his
"What shall I do?" be asked; "I cannot
The doctor looked at his haggard face and
bloodshot eyes, felt his pulse, and listened
to his heart. "Overwork and worry," he
said; "you must lie careful."
The physician ws to Mostyn an intimate
friend, so he to!d a large part of the story;
how he heard the voioe of a dead man call
ing to him from the street. Dr. Morey
listened with docp interest.
"Tortured and outraged nerves," he said,
"played upou by the imagination."
"I do uot imagine I hear it," said Mostyn;
'I do hear it plainly as I hear you speak
"Hello!" exclaimed thedoctor, looking at
him askance; "is it so bad as that?"
"Mostyn," hecontin tied, after a moment's
pause, "why don't you humor yourself in
this matter? It may do good. The next
time you hear the cry respond to it. Goout
in the street and actually convince yourself
beyond all doubt that no one is there."
Then he gave Most yn a prescription and
ofTered him a hy.ioiicrmic syringe to lie
usod if all other means failed.
It was now the third night sixty hours
passed without sleep and evening was at
hand. "Auotlior night like the last.,"
thought Mostyn. "and I shall go mad."
lie scarcely dared go to his room, although
the de.sire for sleep raed within him like a
At 9 o'clock he lay down on the bed.
without removing his clothes. He purposed
to In; ready when the call should come
to run down into the street and defy his
im.ii nation with fact.
Hardly had his head touched the pillow,
when, for the third lima, the visions of
death betian to flit before him. Again and
again he witnessed the old picture, always
changing, yet always the same Basil Bed
stock aiming and discharging the weapon,
aud he falling falling. At last, it seemed
that sleep could no longer elude him.
In tiiat moment came the cry louder,
fiercer, and more terrible than ever:
"Mostyn! Coward! Come out ami lie
Before it ceased ringing in his cars he
was leaping down the stairs toward the
door that led to the street.
And now mark how fate prepares for her
victims. In a saloon a block away from the
house two men had been playing' cards aud
pouring liquor into thejr brains. A word
a blow a sia-sh with a knife a revolver
is out one runs the othur pursues. Now
the fugitive comes around the corner into
the street where stands the house of Edgar
Mostyn. The door opens anil the haunted
man rushes down to the sidewalk. Once
more he hears the cry, reverberating in the
tones of the dead:
"Mostyn! Coward! Come out and lie
And he falls forward upon his face, his
heart pierced by the chance aimed bullet.
Charles Dwight Willard in Argonaut.
THE BUILDING CF SILOS.
Conclusions Arrived at By the Directors
of Agricultural Experiment Stations.
In building silos the Kansas, Ohio
and other stations advise that they be
located aa near the feeding place as
practicable and on the 6ame level.
Wood has been found the best material.
The method of construction commonly
recommended, is in general terms as
follows: On a light foundation of stone
set up a strong framework of studding
(2 by 8 to 12 inch 6ttuT). On the outside
of this frame put on a layer of stock
boards, and on the inside two thick
nesses of matched board with tarred
paper between. The roof should be
tight and the floor may be of hard, dry
dirt. From 13 to 15 by 13 to 18 feet,
and 22 to 24 feet deep, are common di
mensions for ordinary silos. The great
lateral pressure resulting in a deep box
requires a strong construction. The
door of the silo should open convenient
to the feeding place.
It is generally conceded that corn is
the beRt crop for silage in this country.
Greater maturity before harvesting is
now favored than was formerly thought
desirable. At the New York station it
is thought "corn should not be cut
before it has reached the milk stage of
the kernel. " The Ohio station recom
mends that "fodder corn be cut when
the corn begins to glaze and when the
stalks begin to dry near the ground."
But in Kansas, where intense heat and
other climatic pccutLaritiee hasten the
ripening of the crop, it is advised that
harvesting "should not be delayed after
the corn is in the early dough state."
It ia now thought better to put both
stalks and ears m the silo than to use the
stalks alone. The whole is cut into small
pieces, and a man is kept in the 6ilo while
it ia being filled to attend to its close
packing. There is no general agreement
among experimenters in regard to the
necessity of heavily weighting the con
tents of the silo. In Kansas a layer of
tarred paper, covered eighteen inches
deep with gteen grass, has been found as
effectual as weighting heavily with rocks.
Exclusion of the air seems more impor
tant than pi ling on weights.
"Harry," said Mrs. Bloobumper'what
ia the instantaneous method of taking
"It is a system by which your picture
is taken in an instant after waiting half
a day in the gallery," replied Bloobum
per. Munsey's Weekly.
"You told me a falsehood last night,
Ethel," said Ethel's father. "I asked
you if Charlie Hicks had gone, and yon
"No, you didn't. You asked, 'Is that
young man gone yet? He was awfully
gone." New York Sun.
A Great Pity.
Mrs. Riverside Rives (at the auction
rooms) What a lovely collection of an
Mas. Cafumet Yes; but what a pity
it ia that ona.hu to buy them all second
ItfM rtasot be eared
by local applications, aa they cannot reach
ihe diseased portion of the year. There
is only one way to cure deafness, and that
is by constitutional remedies Deafness
is caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
whea it h entirely closed, deafness is the
result, and anless the icutmmition can
be taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, bearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cses out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing bat
an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will Rive one hundred dolltrs for
any case of deafness (caused b citarrh)
that we cannot cure by uking Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure. 8-nd for circulars, free
Sold by tirupgitts, 75c
P. J. Cdkitht & Co, Toledo. 0.
Though a man may not like business
he should act business-like.
Catarrh ia Haw Boglaad-
Elj'a Cream Balm gives satisfaction to
every one using it for catarrhal troubles.
G. K. Mellor, Druggist, Worcester,
I believe Ely's Crtam Blm is the best
article for catarrh ever offered the public.
Bueh & Co., Druggists, Worcester,
An article of real merit. C. P. Alden,
Druegiet, Springfield, Mkba.
Those who use it speak highly of it.
Geo. A. Hill. Drugeist, 8pringfield, Mass.
Cream Balm has given satisfactory re
soils. W. P. Draper. Druggist, Spring
Several years aeo Cnambcrlaia & Co..
of Dea Moines, Iowa, commenc?d the
manufacture of a cough syrup, believing
it to be the most prompt and reliable
preparation yet produced for cougbs, colds
and croup; that the public appreciate
true merit, and in time it was cerUin to
become popular. Their most sanguine
hopes have been more than realized. Over
three hundred thousand bottles of Cham
berlain's Couch Rtmedy are now sold each
year, and it is recognized sa "the best
made," where ever known. It will cure
a severe cold in lets time than any other
treatment. For sale by Hsrlz & Bubn
pi& JTaadahe and rc!iT7all tt trval3 tscv
cictit to a I ilioua state of the syr tran. sua!! a.1
Dizzjxssvt, h'auRoa, Drowiun. Dbitraat aftec
CAti&c. Palu la tba.fciiln, &c Wlulo Ujuirnioet
reajariiai-la success hois been shown iu cuitLg
nt2flehG. ynt Cnrtsr's IatUa liver TITJ ara
equally valuable In Conflti not ion. ciinncauJ pro
Yvutiug thinamx)rucomilmiiit.while Uiny Mlaa
liver and ropulatc tiie bowola. Ivealftbcjoaly
'Baior from Una UwtnwFUiK complaint; but f rtu
Siately thoir gnodnom di nn".end brqasi thews
Trhoonce try Uioci vill find tnaio little pillaTOta
Kble In o many ways that tttcy wiU not ba wO.
ilisgtodowitbontthcm. Eat after allolck boat
lln the b&no of po mncy livoa that hotm ta wtiT
lYremakeourgiuabouai. Our pill euro it waila
Others do not.
Carter's Utile Liver Pills stb ttt rttuU and
ry easy to taku. OneortvoplUainazadnm.
Thoy are strictly vegetable and do not frnpo or
purpo. but by tlieir gentle action pleaae all wbn
H9etna2i. InTiatnat'iSoonU: tavetarSl. SueX
by drogsk't overj"wltUk or es by n ,i.l.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., Now York.
SMALLP1LL. SMALL DOSE. SMM1F&CB
PBXSCBOTIOSS A SFSCIAI.TT.
Fourth Ave. andTwentv-Third St.
&o iV7mfU mm'iiiitwms an kmmm
ITS WMH- w.-'jjY: C AST M CUHl) br InU m
mrwwTijTPctiicmc ttn no simaswn
OTSXrUkS rf"is?Ti HOtKT, Male for tbm ircie pur
pose. Chit af 0aitW ItMkiw, Cl.loc VrvH., B1M. fkmmihi
tm, OaltaM larmta nl FlwlrtrHr Ihr-xjrt all VRAl
PAKTS. mwioi lira m IIIULTIlaW ll.UO! Wl BCJHiTH.
Kteetete iimat Vt Imiaallv, nr fi.rfett So.aaw B eaab.
SALT aa4 iinmr) Cwiw Si. aa4 a. ormt m far
ft I, Vmrr In Ihrw mata. hraiMl naaipl)lA rrae.
BASDFa ET.KCTKIOCO.. IWLattaUasu, CHICA0O.IU.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL OO's
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IS Maiden Laoe. H. V. Branch: Marion,
Ind. For sale by T B. ThoruM, DruepisL, Bock
IaUad, 111. av S-d6a
R OF. DI CFFEN BACH'S
A.it:i3h' lain ii im uibaff mni win I,
VaWtvTT'r- iclf rrlUaca th ar.,t.t ram In 4 boajra.
a4 arvaiMOliy enraa ic lottilar- 1. dara
InaU&catra trial bjr rataro naali for i. Clmiar nan.
THCAPERU DRUC CO..
Call or aead for orcaUr r..n. ,t,u.
w moat aurreioaa uraa at ti-. i.
Ut . Oaacor, Bn-fet' Diaaaa. . i .j
irnma flialilif aaa-i. . .
n, Vaaaora. aaufnaek Trrmhina, ,
aiaaa aswtaaror aar at Moiaav
SfyrSu-Z I ul chinas Tsausas to vono.
t rx T..-.T.JI tTruiCH fn:esTt). iu user.
f:i ftW A
AT THI3 LIST AND
FRANK 6. YOUNG.
Part nip s.
Mince meat, home made,
nuyler'a butter cups,
P. Emilien olives,
Can i ine apples,
Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Bee! Extract.
Durkee Salad Dressing.
Lee and Perrin Sauce,
Huntley and Palm-r Waf-rs,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
And lots of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11CS.
ccis XZ3AL, rasa, isti
W. Baker & Co.
from which the exn-na of
oil has beea removed, is
audit U Soluble,
are used iu its preparation. It lias
more than thru times Vie strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and i therefore far more
economic!, costing lcs3 than one cent
a ci'p. It is delicious, nourishing,
ptrengthening, easilt dioestet,
and admirably adapted for invalids
a.i !! as for persons in health.
Sold by Crocera everywhere.
W. BAKER & CI, Dsnteter, tea.
I M. BUFORD.
Fta aa Tlma-trM (
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
mat irtbM . daa.Maty aaaa mnamX
w Pamixt at aaavaaaaaat
John Volk & Co.,
. 3ouse Builders.
M aenfactnrcra of
iMh. Diwro. Blinds. Biding. Koorinc.
nil'', a'.! feinria of wxmi work for boiidara.
Bfctw-rjti St.. V. roird U4 ronrtti a-
(Member American T.ciet Broker' Aaata)
Reduced Ratxs to all Ponrra.
OFFICE la Adam BxpreM Oflee aader
Harper Ho aaa.
tm parte a larlUlaat Ui
"ditaattooa want" aad "Help" vaala aaacned
one week ta the Danv Amdi rata.
for haUa. Krt, Bxeaaa aad M laoc'laeaoaj
vaat Iarrx4 oae day at Ic per word; three
oara a c per worn aa oae tl at He per
R 8ALK A Iioraa AND IXiT IX mv
drix additio. Kjoik Eork lalaod. wrat of
Miiaaroava. Sbe.le at Ko. UI bee areaae.
icaLT PCBwrsntD boom roa Tiro
Knuesum at n Tweaueta turn..
WAKTKD A MTCATIOT AS K5QIIKB
by eoatpetrat yoenff anaa mho ta eteady
" capaow; caa iiruti kh tM reference. AC
drr IbIS Secoad areiae. 1 1
TTTANTEn A P.OOaf.VATK E T AX Knt
1 1 urr. a Brat rsralahrd froau roan. Mt Tkird
irrnne, aaande, mmo eely occvptee H It Can a
mnetH for ti, or tot iw pxUeaM-a H per
amu . T4
WASTED GENERAL ST ATI AQSXT TO
opra besdaaartm la aoaae oriariDaU eltv. aa-
DeexrlnatTeonnlroler oar butneH aad ap
point local aad aavacesw ta ever? city la taia
Btal? .AAa.Mll BratmA M.mW k A
raa.1 I.m.4 a.il . mm tu - i.
- w waviaw. www r.j a, an ptv. wi a lap naf
per twnL Addrraa Ta Catoa Coaraar, XH
wvaiiij, .-icw i or a.
ra aCata OP
1200.00 and Upwarda
For aale, K-careJ oa lasd vori from
tarc to Cv timea the unout
of the lota,
latere ? per Mat ml aaaiur. c' -acted aad
rajBitled free cf clkarc.
E. W. EURS7,
ArroRXXT AT La"X
Rootni S acd 4 Vaw-Jc T' T-'.a.
ROCS itiuLZD ILL
THE MOLIHE SAVINGS 8A1K
(Ctartrd by the LrV..:cre of ITiao'.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Opea daUy from t A. V. to S P. V . aad neTaca
cay uj siTT STra.Lcf rroa 7 u
Ictcrest allowed on Des;Kr?:i at tie rate
or 4 per Cent, per A.B turn.
Deposits received ia amounts of
f 1 and Upwarda.
a'.bia to the dttitor. The oflurt are prutaW.
im irora Dnrrowisc any oi i .a laoary. alutor
aad married roar-a protected hy rpccl lav.
Omrt:-. T. Witttort. TWmi rv.a.
rsaMzsnaa. Vice Prr:dct.t ; C. T. Uiiutit,
TarTaa: S. W. Ttawlack, P-r fklaoer,
C. r. n-mrsway, J S.Ua Lca. Q. U Edvarda.
Hiram Darlisr. A. S. W nzKL, 3. S. air a' of, U
11. Hemenway. C. Vitztbom.
teT)ie only ctarcred oariit Eatk la Bock
ALL D5D) OP
Cast Iron Work
done. Anecia!ryof fcraiahlacanklada
of stoyee arttA Caatlag ot 8 or. La
A MACHINE SHOP
beea added wtiere aU kiada of tuacUat
work vlU be done tist-clae.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
W. C. MADCKER,
Hariaf pnrc rat fi tbe
Properly which he haa aad refiRed for Ike be
ta bmalaeoa, ia aw ptepared to accoaa
fAodate traxuUeot oealat.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reaeotAble prleea.
He U alao rated ia lae
al Ue aam pJaoe ariih a dwlce tot of Graorrlea.
ParB prodace a epecia-ty.
A. D. HUESING,
BtrpreaenUa. amotjt oraer lae-tf1eJ aa reO
Fire laaruaoceOoaajaiiiee kefe4tots(:
Royal Inaoraaee Oonpaay. of Bnrtaad.
Weacheeter Fire laa. Com pan r of M. .
Boffaio I3ermaa laa. Co., BoCah. K. T.
Rocbeeter Uenaaa Ine Co., Bochaaiar. R. T.
Citiaraa In. Co., of P-.tubarca, Pa.
HQa Fire OOce. London.
Cnioa ia. Co., of Caiiforala.
8ecarHf tsa. Co.. lira Ha, Cone.
UliwaoAee U echaaica laa. Co.. Jf Uwaakee. Wia
(rei-aaa tyire laa. Oak. of Poor, a, tX.
Office Cor. 180. St.. and Secoad Ave.
BOCK IBLAKD. ILL.
AftAtlS B..M ITTHll.. 1 . 1 a -
meat. Haaac, I wtll promiee yoe tnore toeory wttA
or tae teaet aoooey or as teacber ta
ador oar eaperrtaloa. elTea each Jarecne papU.
Teaahajra anil urn i. . w .
Book of aa. Onat-tMrri A n aiuk .. .
fabeet taaatc to eeeey one. Leave ordera, aataalag
T;:rJ7 wi aToaae.
We aaaAe a epaetaUy of Ui-h'nr laaoerleBHil
airbill- a n art ii lm a
AjUreaa ate at laa. Brady Sc. Itmunt Ta.
-r - " ' -W
Br. S. E. HcGREABY
(Late ef CacistAti. Ob'Ji
Baa Permanently Located lm
la Ibt yaat ri-l aa:l kt haa eaccraarvXy
tnoted as are Uaaa
of tke avoat aerere cbaraaer. Dtt iaac:aea arei
I'KJ 1 ATB AM
ttoca ctaea aa rbecmatiaa., Beural
fia, acrofu!, a.Uina, catanb. keart
dlaeatw, all kicka of nervosa diaeaaea.
eptlertv, chorea aad cervoua proctra
uoaa. ia tact all cnrtalc or loax nasd
Poa'.tivelj aad Permtaentlj Cured or
nrr lara nr atar n ui r i ort
Errart ef Yoatb. 1-or.V.ve.j a&d I m aiaaieiilj
KVloe!tlclf aa eaaa tatrr rara Wa
eoraat. CVarrrayoadetare aocomeiiei by ec ia
alaaape toanpt. aaaarered.
09ccwXcCaaoccb'a Xe Clock.
W. Taird Street, sear kfaia,
CHAS. R. WHEELaAX,
Undertaking and Embalming
Djal'-k B ock, No. KM jp-A gu. Bock U'-aad.
llarle Mrrt.aM-a a rn-r r.Vl. Ilea caT raaerlak
iBrooua. ii h Learae aad anpaarteaaKica. aad
bav i f etcarod Ifcr men irra of Mr. teau K. Utwd.
of Oticaro. aa aiiwrt fatM-ral clrectoc aad at-
naimcr of it jr.rm x prnrw, I aaa Tua-J pre
pared to rearantee eaurf actwa.
I-TAT OF 1LLINOI,
Boca latot CorttTV. I
Ia lh eiTct cvart of Fxk talacd cosatf . Te
Ibe May lara A. O
Bobert C. JtwetU taaaltj C. " aad
lWle f Cice t bett by cirea to tte aidCaiae
C. llartraai. aad Saafura t Ilanacaa. ikai a ami
of attarmeet tavaed oct of U Cl- ot tbe
Cert of aaid Rock lalaad coeaty ctrr;t ovari,
daUd tAe aeeetitecatb day of Jaiicary A . D. 11.
ta tbe ami of the :d liubrt C. Jewtt ahd
araitiat the eaiair of the aid Caaeiea C. Uartzaaa
aed acford F. llanmaa. for tbe b of Ooe
Tboaaabd Fire llsadred ftr dolara
f l.VM Wi. directed to the brrj of Bock laUt4
cvahiy. ti be.il rt baa brea inaraod et-ecow-d;
roa?Uerrfore at.:ee yoe. tbe a4 ftaa
fort F Barraaaa aad 4 a.aa C. Hanswa ahal
IMraocaLy be aed a;e-ar btfwre U eud Ksxk
lalaod roaaty c rrett coart. os or tWare tbo mn
dar U tbe aext trra Uenof. to be hotaVe. at tke
coottbooae la tte city of Km! Ulaad. oad
coaaiy.aalbeerpt kiooday of Mae A V.IW,
r- baJ and plead to the eai4 plaatff e arQcaa.
ialrvect mid he ea.erd ariit yea and ta
favor of Ihe aaul l!ilrrt C. JeoeU. aod aa aamch
of Ihe property ena Ord ae anay he eaStcarot to
attafy the aaid jbCncht aad corta, U be aold
le eatiaf j tbe etuae.
Bck if laad. i:u Jaz,. St. UM.
t KORGIW .OAELB.C3ek.
Jarsa A nrarr. r.ttifi Atioreya.
Byrlrtoe of aa exec art e aad fee bQi Xe. ast.
of Roek llaad county, ta tbe etate of iniaxan.
aad to aae dirrct-d. wbrrt-fcy aaa aj
- Jr e osor or the orreit i
tnaae tee aiooost of a oMaji iml.ia.. i - -
.f" orick At. bovre la favor of
Tbe HrCorfairk Barreaticc Marhtno caamaaaav.
ewt of the laada. teaaareta. iroode aad chaorte
f, "ad ttefeadasu. t have lamed apoa the
f onoaHtMt property. to-rit :
Lot three itt.ta block three ft), ta Dlcfcaoe k
Tea n a aldiuoe to Iim. forauriy Caeade
ilia, ta tkeeeaat of Bock lalaad aad tvateof
Therefore, arcwJrnt to eald coaaataal I abaSei
roaeforaalealMiblic hactioa all the nrtt. oue
aadtatereet of tbe above aaned. Frodenrkat.
aoo ae tae ahore oeeertkad property, oe
Ttaraday. toe 6 h day of Febraary. in L. at It
o clock a. at . m the oorth doee of the coon boeao
im cut or hteca Ulaad. ta tke cajeary of ataok
Ulaad atvf etaOa of Iliieote. for caah ia haoe, te
aauafy aaid esecaOea aod (ce bill.
Deled at avoce Ulaad tkia eecood day of Fch
reary. a. U. lan . C. D. OOtlxjf.
tbwif of Rock Uuaal ooeotr. 1' hoaa.
Batate of Daniel M oefaer. Aoceaetd.
"'" aaiui ..ia oapiBiaa ajOajja.
Utrator. ottb tte enu aaaezed. of tbe eetate of
Daatel Ho. her. lava ef theooesty of Rock Iriaod
that be erUl appear before tbe cosaty coort of
awu aaiaaa coeoty. at thepBce ef ihecierk of
'd eoart, la tbe dt? ii Rock lalaad. at tke
Marok teram. oa the tret atooday ta Hatxk aert.
at arLtrh tlaaa all . a, -Ti -
ii .uauaiai aaraiaat
r'y n utiu m eaaae aej
Z 7 - a- aaaiw mrw raoeeaaaa to
. , . .
aw " aaaa v a.B MJ 1 ay BW TAkVrW . A . U.
LUTHER D. BDWARDt. AdfBtabnrator.
w ita tae te til ataeaed.
QlTY ABATTOIR FOB BEST.
Sealed nrmnaaa'a arm ha aaimi .a..
elerk-e oflke. Rock U:aad. 111., enul m. a. Feb
raary ad. for tke lea uif of tbe City Atatttolr
bal'diBf. aitaated at tbe eet eed ef toe city
in tut hki are ioe nrol to rr rct air
aedaUblda. KObKkT KOSRLtiL
tv..,-a.,. . atClerk.
a. iiBvi. i u.. acary IN, ITOl.
JoncK or DissoLTjnoir.
Tha aata.k'a, I. m
a ... r .., uiiai aaatrm
flra tie aae of Brock eaa A Co , rocaaatiar of Jacoh
Brorkaaaa. Base PaeJeem. Fraat awnrkaJV. r..a
aaaoraoe ata new atet:eoaB. la he
areeaarettbie day diaolrd. Jacob Br
annr peTbaaed tbe inteieM of Ltatid da
aad Neia WelleCaea. Ihe reeAaiaiac Ibree part.
tapfora All nalalana,.. w...t. . . .
v aaa. ra. i avaaaai TTC
IWCtUiat,trt 14. 1&V1.
h i ta actome wired!
toe leavrlloc remedy aur
j vu.j aaup reaoealy lor
to a!l eaCejaaiai
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