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THE .ARGUS. TUESDAY,5IA2CH 7, 1899.
"Every morning I have a
fcad taste in ny "mouth; my
tongue is coated; my head
aches and I cficn feci dizzy.
I have no aprsiifs for breakfast
ufcet food I eat distresses
rr.e. I have a heavy feeling in
my stomach. I am wetting so
weak that sometimes 1 tremble
and my nerves zrz all unstrung.
I am petting pale and thin. 1
am as tir.-d in l!;s morning as
V hat does your doctor ray?
" You are suffering from im
What ii Wis remedy?
'.jwfs Pills cur.; constipa-
Ycu nvj'.t nr.t h.ire contI
ratid bowels if you er.'-cct the
Sarsapar:!:a 1 i Co its b ! t trnfk.
'v'e have a bcos on Paleness
and U ttneis uhieh you easy
have for the ailing.
Writ e tr our Susi&r.
h ' rnu mini J like t
rnu mini J like to cnnMtlt
' (eivl'-l.;iii r.bni.i y.. r .-..rail.
Di. uri tril. -ill irf ;.irtt.-uliirs
ir i .i.-e. Vuu jll rti v a prjujpt
AJircu, IK. J. V. AYKTJ,
Iv. . ii. JIaM.
CHAS E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Triors Ins. Co., - - Chi.-ago, III.
I'n'on Ins. 'o. - J'h!I:iil'?Ifhi:i, Ta.
K.x kf -rd Ins. Co. - - I look lord. Ill
Security Ips, Co. - Now llavcu. Conn
Slate In. Co. - - - llockiorJ, III
Room . i:uf ord Moctt. Rate
a coo.-.. stout wito hi-.corilj.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fie and
Losses Promptly Pair.
-latew a loir a any
rclta: ! compH.'.y
en nrTord. Vuur
p.aroLi'e la aoiic-Hee?.
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
C. R. Chamberlin,
Call on or ad.lreea
HO-ITD 4 .
tliicliull & LTDeJe Block.
known Fire and
Rorbeter German Ins Co Rochester. N Y
e..ermn " I-r-.-cport 111
Hvrfaio German " ifc3.u.. n v
Kc.Uncc " Fhilelpbia
bentii Fire " i'eon.- lil
New Hmpeblre " Mr.cuester. X H
M!!uiir Mecbui.'ei MJwakee. Wli
Fidelity and Cuuniir " New YorH
Office coraar KgMeeath etrert and
Seeosd avanne, ecw:d fiact.
Vhite Seal saloon
1S15 ocnd Areaue.
MINE STRIKE GAINING
Expected Resumption of Work in
the Southwast Did Not
SITUATION MUCH THE OTHEE WAT
rew Mine Are IScing Operated and tli
Miner.' Lnion It Puibiiig Thins YV ill
Katentl 4!ie Strike tu Kan.mt Wttlkiiif
ilelFgatnst AM lUo Pit.-I'ru-pct I GoimI
for Strike. In Illinoi. and MichijAn
J'iia;reeiueui in i'enuv! vaoia.
Little Hock. Ark.. March 7. The coal
fctrikt l.-f etill on with litt'.c firoppw t of
an fiiily t-rriii!i.it!'jn. aithoimh tlieri
ha.-t ! n st-ii'ju.- clii:"h ltrlvvt-t-n ttitr
oi :!ihi: iritt-reyts 1 h'-re art about L'.'J
nit-ri cul a: i:u?"-!:vi!l. AM tli- min-
! at H ui'.tif:i;l'.'i trt? nut. but iui.t
f.ails. At i:.n:an.'.a all th mlr.(-r
t- .ut . i r i 1 if tt rmiiit-d to stand ly
i Ir ;. 'ijimV. Jlasi n.t"-tiiis ai- b--
i;i M a.t L--u;;ir.i; to ii.Ju-t n::-i-ti
iii. ii t' join tli.- .:ni..ri. At H ulia
vi-ral uti.-Ui wmf li! vtl'ui is li.i e Ii II
Iiki.! ti f'-l 111:.'. l: anl ile.';ttii s to-
K'-ili-r. I'Ut l-.th stal.it In tn. Ill-- Iioli-
ir at Wi!iii;r. :sml it .-ail tlir- im
itl iii-ii arcr l-a ii.ij t vci y day. Tit "
I't.it d Mill.- Worker.- are stva i.y g:it-
iiiu umuiii in ual 11 til ami will l:e oi-
itiiz'-d soliiily Ihtre in a short time.
W'iil Try to Kxicnd the Strike.
"The r'-port that 100 ex-convicts h".l
horn lirotiitht to Ilai t. iibrn fii)'.",! I'ar.a,
III?., priiws t have l)-fn misleading.
Tht-rf wi re only forty-eljrht nun in th
rmvd. Th inh.vs are tein;? worked
partially, but thr- strikers claim that
vi'ry ton of cnal produivd is mstinjy
thi ciinv.'aiiv at !?::st S3 iicr ton. Jaiti -.
s'.tm. I. ad"r of thf MriktTS. Fays the
iti'.i;;';'- wlii fxicr.il to other nekls. ha:il
h: I ( Xi w t to . to KiM.sas in n day
or two and v.il! ask every minor In th-t
?tati- v.'otklt.K for a tympany controlled
and f;rerat;' liy those in Arkansas and
the Irul'.in Territory to lay down their
tool-i until this diirn ulty is s ttled, or
an at;einpt is made t. sc-ttle by th-s
Strikers Are Gaining Ground.
iSftji jr,. T: x., .Varch T. Th- I'nited
Mire Woi k rs r.-:sociation has Featured
wu!Uii:K !-.. if ales at the several mines
and t'orl.'tide nembeis of tlie union go
in to win k. Two small mines ths
S.-tr"p' 'S and Kdwards shut-down yes
ten!a. 'Hi!.-? has stiffened the batkbon-!
of the slriki r.. At the tstliei- mines th-
situation but I i 1 1 ! ? disiiswl, teat is
favc.i.:l,ie to tli.? strikers. Instead of
men t oil er to work yesten'ay and other
mirns upenir? the situation hai t.een
ri'Vi i .--ii. ami oil:r men have cjuit work-.
The Katy oflieials say that there i
jilenty fif oal in s trht, and they do not
yi o-.r. nt all worried over the situation.
t ill I.eate the luun l'nlniialitel.
e"..rt Smith. Alt.-, .March 7. The town
of Will i;: ten. I. T.. :.".s been almost de
populated. .No v.oik has been done in
the teines th re sii.ee la.-t Wednesday
rrl i lie strikers are liaximr town in
Pime numbers to seek employment in
ther fields. A frer.iir.l exodus is in
pioi;ress. wnier. will In a few days leave
the place ptacticiilly uninhabited.
COAI. TltOfcHLI.S MARKK 1IOMK.
MRS. COVYS CAS HOPZLESi
Wouliin Who Tried to I'rove That Jay
Gould ttu a Kli;aiuir.
Albany. Mar'h 7 The trial -f Mrs.
Cody, the woman who b.ttk..l Fatah
Avn Anell in h.-r attetnpt to prove that
wr-tn he was a jour.g man Jay Gouid
had rr.arri her. thereby makin? the
late Mrs. Guild r.o w ife and all her chil
dren illegitimate, is progressing here.
JIr. Anaell was proved an impostor at
a former trial and the Goulds are now
prosecuting Mrs. Cody for her part in
the cas. The most significant testi
mony adduced jfsterday was that of
David t'arvalho. a handwritirs expert.
i:- a chemical test in the irf fence of
ti-.'- jury he showed that the record ir.
the look fif the "ociicrville church had
hern erased and charged, and that the
name of Mary Brown, the supposed
wife of Jay tIou!d. had been written
over a blank space: the word 'illepiti
mate" changed to "legitimate," and In
the plac" where the name of the mother
of the illegitimate child had originally
been written was interpolated the name
This proof, in connection with the
stroncr testimony of Mrs. Hoyle, of
fluuss I'oirt. to the effect that the
original Farah Ann ISrowu was dead
and that tie- present Mrs. An.nell (the
supposed ptitemier to the name and
familv of tlouid) was then only si r."
f tile von:an who was meltior a ill
the already disputed biith - 1 ice. put
the ase of tlw ccfeti-e in u marly hot
s i-or.iltioii. .
uvernnV?nt tu rnn Telephones.
London. Man 'i 7. T.:e ami .uncement
was mad'- t " .tie financial set retury
the .rury in the house ot commons
y. .-terday that the government has de
cided to introduce competition in the
telephonic service of the country. He
asked for a credit of $10.009,()() as a
starter in order tu enable the postofflce
department to develop the telephonic
communication of London. The house
vot-rd the credit.
Worst Storm on Krrord.
Cheyenne, . yo., March .. The worst
storm known in the railroad history of
Wyoming raged yesterday on the ln
ion Pacific betwee n Uuford and Dana.
All trains are stuck. The Overland pas
senger has already been delayed twelve
hours. The rotary plows ahead of it are
snowed in and unable to move.
Ieths at Ton ion Are l"ifty-Foiir.
Taris. March 7. T!V- deaths resulting
from the Toulon explosion of Sunday
morrirg nvml.fr llfty-fotir. and 110 per
sons were injured. It is reported that
the catastrophe was the result of a
crime. The Petit Journal asserts that
a fuse fuur feet Ion;? l-.as) been found m
the ruins of the magazine.
rrojert for a Strike in Illinois Cannot
Acrid at rittsiitirg.
Ppt it'Stield. Ills.. Jlnii li 7. There was
no tr.'. .'tr.cr ol the miners or operators
here i i-terday. The creat number of
del- it- s to the ir.h "!' c c.nvcntion w ent
Satiin'iiy r.iaht to confer with their lo
cal ur.i' ns in repanl to the scale as laid
down I j- the pcrators. They will return
r today's me tins of th joint conven
tion, and the (-jcstion of a stride wid
settled. Krotn the present outlook a
strike cannot possibly be averted.
Pittsbure. March 7. The coal miners"
t:! cperators- committees of the Pitts
burg district met in joint convention
sterday with toe expectation of set-
tlir.ur t::-- wau.. si -a'.e for the cominic
year, tut titter a s-ssien la.tir.K until
arly tiiieii.ittht nothing was accom
plished an 1 adjourr.mc r.t was had until
Friday ! M. The two sid-s disncreed
n i 1 1 ry etuc stioii brit';ht up. The op
erators b -::.-:ai i ve committee ltll lor
Harrisbitrer last r.inht to enter protest
:;it.-t the employers' liability hill now
l.cfi.f - tli- leuN-luture.
Id.I.mir.K. Miih., Mr.rc h 7. At the
mass in-etit:ir or n;ir.trs Saturday r.lsnt
discuss the ni;e iU' stion. as the re
;i!t of an unsatisfactory advance
rant, i the employes March 1. l was
e:ecn:.u u.ai in.tii. r utn.anu lor i:jc
ss than 15 percent, be made. The com
munication l- arm? the demand was
sr.t to tre n ine o!!:e ;uls with tne re-
test that a reply le given wthirt five
lay. It is asserted by miners who at-
:d-d the tr.eetir.tr that there will like
ly b- trouble if the demand is not
Fine HIktT. Ark., rarch 7. The Order
f liailway Conductors and the E rot he r
ocd if itailway Trainmen are er.deav-
rrln to obtain a modification of their
ntract with the Cotton licit road. The
nan claim that the contract under which
they are now workir.tT is unsatisfactory
r.d th y want concessions from the
omrarv. 1 he men are unite.', in their
demands and a Etilke is amors' the
Subscribe for Tbk Ahuls.
M. S. Talbot at New York.
Xew York, March 7. The British
cruiser Taibot. Commander Gamble, ar
riveel yesterday from Hermuda. The
Talbot was ordered here by the I.ritish
Kovcrnrnert to trar.spr.it the body ol"
Lord Herse he ll to Knplaml.
Laborers Get a lO I'er Cent. Itaise.
Kcthlehem. I'a.. March 7. The? I:eLhle
hem i t on company yesterday unnounced
a. raise of ivaacs of 10 per cent., af
fecting the common laborers, of whom
nioie than '.f-0 are on the pay roll.
Ten ltonnd llruw at 1 udianapolirt.
Indianapdis. March 7. Paddy Pur
tll. an Knslish middlewe isht. and Jim
Watts, a colored middleweight, fousht
a ten round draw at the Umpire theatre
last night. f
Illinois Solon Do Nothing.
Springfield. l is.. March 7. The house
am! senate adjourned yesterday with
out tra nsact it'd any business.
ABEB EVIATED TELEGRAMS.
St. I.ouls liael a dry Sunday, the rxilice
strictly enforcirc the law calling for the
closing r.f all saloons.
Flocks of wild pe se flying north have
been noticed in a number of places in
Michigan the past we;k or two.
It is said that pearl mussels in pay
mg (uaniiiies nave been found in
creeks in Calhoun county. Mirh.
The bubonic plague is raging at Bom
bay with unparalleled severity. There
were nearly 1.000 deaths last week.
The ISuttc-ry Whirlpool Hapids eleva
tor. a lancmarK in .Niagara. y.. was
huried Into the gorge by a hurricane.
Dreyfus is said to be in a state of
prostration that causes much anxiety.
He still hope s to be returned to Franc-.'.
Among the ships arrived safely at
New York Sunday night were the over
due steamers Algoa, IK-ru and Long
bank. Two loyp walking along the lake
shore at Koeers I'ark (Chicago suburb)
discovered the body of a man buried in
William H. Hoxie. sexton of a Ply
mouth. Mass.. church, was struck- by
lightr.ing and killed while ringing th-
Cedar railroad ties are bringing the
highest price ever linown in Michigan,
as much as T cents apiece having been
paid in many i lac es.
Andrew IVuIson. 43 years' of age, a
fisherman of South Chicago, was shot
and ki'.ieel by his brother Kudolph.
Andrew was dfunk and angry.
Frank Lusk speatcd a four-pound
pucker in the lake near tjuincy. Mich.
When th;? f.fh was served on the table
a sewing rce-dle was fcund in the tail.
The Ellington. fashionable apart
ment house in Cleveland, with abeiut
ZZ occupants, has been quarantir.e-1 b?
cause of smallpox, and ir.grerss and
errps arA rrb.t'eft
DEATH OF TOM G. FRANKS.
Member of lioyal Neighbor Itoard
Manager. Pn.e Away.
A t le"l:iii was received from
IVurta. this nioriiinST al 1 1 :! o'clock
lv Mui. I . . Hawes, .ii)iintiiiciiir
the death at his residence in that eitv
of Tom i. Franks, meiuber of the
board of supreme uaanaerers, Koval
Xeihbors of America.
This news -will come as a painful
shock to man v people in t his cit v. where
. - . 1 1 ii i .......
mt. rranss was wen kuowii. limceii
it mav le said that the illness which
terminated in his death this iuoruiii'r
dated from his last visit to Rock Isl-
aud. the third week in .January, when
he attended I ho inee-tinij of the board
of managers held at that time iu the
new woodmen liiildinr. He was
compelled to return to his home in
I tuna Ix-fore the lneotinj; adjourned.
invin; to illness, and had licet! con-
lined to his home ever .since, trrowiti"
Meadilv worse until the anircl ol'
leath came to his relief.
Ftincr.il arranirenients have not vet
l-eeii maile. hut the hoard of m.tna-
jjers, and ot'-er olhcers of the K. N.
A., an ' i lie lienelii iarv coininit lee e-f
I.I' satin soi ict v. consist itiij of Maj.
. . ll.iwis. ,J. i. .Ictliiisi.n and .1.
V. White, will attend in a body,
as will also leadiii"; Woodmen
nnd lioyal Ncihlior ollicials I'roin
olher sectioim of the jurisdiction.
Thomas (liniwan Franks was born in
Woodstock. III.. )ee. .". l!S.C, licini;
at the time of his death 4o years of
age. He was a son of (ierald Franks
and a member of the printing linn of
tieraiil t ranks cV. Sons, of Peoria. He
became a Iteuelieiary inember of the
lioyal Neighbors Jan. 21, 18.15. being
one of the pioneer members of Fern
Leaf camp Xo. IS, of Peoria, his cer
tificate being numbered tid. At the
supreme camp meeting the same year
he was elected one of the boaid of
managers, and was continuously
reelected, the last time at the su
preme cam) meeting held in this eitv
in Mav. 1S'J7.
In all the relations of life as a hus
band and father, socially, as a busi
ness man, and as a conscientious citi
zen, faithful and scrupulously honest
in the discharge of every duty, Mr.
Franks was sincerely esteemed bv all
with whom he was thrown in contact.
The remains of Mrs. Mary Owens.
who died at her home. 882 Central
l'ark avenue, Chicago, Sunday after
noon at -I o clock, ol convulsions, ar
rived in this city this morning at 6:40
clock over the llock Island. I he
deseased was 21 vcars of age ami was
born in Hock Island, w here she re-
idod with her mother. Mrs. Mary
Cou;hlin. .'iU8 Twent v-seeond street.
itnt il lour years aco, when she mar
ILLINOIS TARS PRAISED
Naval Commander, speak in I be HllirM
Term of Tliem.
W. IX Wimin. writing from
east to he Moliuc Dispatch, savs:
t'apt. Chad wick, of the New York
tout me that tne men sent to tlie navv
bv Illinois were by far the most serv
iceable received from any of the naval
militia. Lvery omcer whom 1 was
brought in contact with had a word
ol praise for the Illinois Aaval Re
serves. Lieut. Marble said theycuttld
turn their hands to anything, from
coaling ship to making repairs that
puzzled the lest machinists the navy
had. Lieut. Powers told me that he
never knew green hands to get into
the ways ou shipboard as the Illinois
bovs. Capt. lavlor. of the Indiana,
tid: 'When an interior state like
Illinois can send such Hum to help out
the navy as she did during the last
war we need never be afraid of any
nation so long as we have ships to
man. 7 Lieut. Winslow says t here was
no duty you could ask one of the Iih
noi boys to undertake that was not at
once entered into cheerfully and car
ried through to the utmost of his
thilitv. Lastly. Admiral Sampson
as said: 'The. Naval Reserves have
ceeded by far in actual performance
i it v estimate hitherto henl bv the olh-
rs of t he navv."
Ileafnes Cannot lie Cured
y local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
1 here is only one way to cure deaf-
ucss, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused bv au
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inllamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed deafness
is the result , and unless the iullam-
mation can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inllamed con
dition of the mueous.surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars
for auy case of deafness (caused l
catarrh) that cannot be cured bv
Hali's Catarrh cure. Send for circn
F. J. Chexkv it Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold bv druggists, 75 cents.
I owe my whole life to Burdock
lilooci l. ittcrs. acromions sores cov
ered my body. I seemed beyond cure.
P. Ii. li. has made me a perfectly well
woman. Mrs. Charles JIutton, lier
ville. Mich, tor saw bv Marshall &
He f tre the discovery of One Minute
Cough Cure, ministers were great Iv
ried Fi ank Owens and moved to .Chi-j disturbed by coughing congregations.
Our Illustrated Pamphlet Entitled
Be in Every household. Sent on
" New Yook Condcnsed Mit Co.
JOHS M. PABIDOX. BEKST A. PABIPCH
FJLIIDOT 6c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calclmlners, Etc,
Shop 419 Seventeenth St. Kock Island
:'go. She is snr'.ved bv her hus
band and an infant child, her mother
tnd a brother. William Coughlin.
I'he funeral will be held at St. Joseph's
church at o'clock tomorrow morning.
Mr. and Mrs. llenrv Dasso. S20
Sixth street, mourn the death of their
brihgt little son, Charles Henry, who
pa-seel away at t o clock this m.irn
ing, after an illness of 12 hours, from
pasins. The child was 2 years and ."
months of age. Funeral services will
be held al the home at 2 o'clock Thurs
Mrs. James K. Ickes. who. had many
friends in Kock Island, .died Sunday
f consumption at her home in Dav
enport, aged 42 years. She is sur-
lved bv her husband and three chil
dren. The funeral occurred at 2 p.
Mrs. Honora Ilickey, aged 79 years,
died yesterday at Mercy hospital.
Davenport, of grip. She had been a
resident of Davenport for 41 years.
She is survived by a son by a former
marriage, Thomas ColTee, and three
step-children, D. J. Hickey and Mrs.
A. J. lirooks, of Davenport, and Mrs.
W. VV. Scott, of this city.
The remains of Judge Drtiry will
arrive this evening from Khincbeck.
X. Y. 'The interment will take place
tomorrow- morning at 10 o'clock at
C 1 1 i ppi a n u oc k ce nu t e ry .
J. W. llawes has received word of
the sudden deat h vest erday of his sister.
Mrs. John Young, at Muscatine. Iowa.
Ao excuse lor it now. tor sale by
II. Thomas, A. J. Keiss and M.
1 a L ri s c u , d r ' i gg i s t s .
and I lii.d Orangeine i
ndaciie remedy we ever
EilnrateTonr Howelu With Casenrotn.
Cnndy Cnttiartic, cure const inat ion forever.
lOe.lSe. If C. C. C. fail, druggists ret iiud money.
CASTOR 1 A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
ANCctablc Preparation As
similating LhcFoodatkl Regula
ting the Stomachs anrlJJoweLs cf
m For Infants and Children.
IThe Kind You Have
Opium.Iorphine nor rlinerol.
ftotm Scett -
Apcrfoct nomcdy for Constipa
tion. Sour StomacTi.Dian hoca.
Vorms .Comulsioiis .Fevcrish
acss and Loss of Sleep.
TacSiniiie Signature of
7 j.' '.:
EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER.
h 3 . In
IfVJr For Over
I Thirty Years
ji ". tff a iti-ra k in
ti'-i it en eosi m n h is i m lo-i
THt CENTAUR COMMNV. NEW VONK CtTV
SEEDS THAT GROW!
Whether you are gardening for the market, or tilv in a small
way for your own prolit or pleasure, you cannot aiTnrd l w.isie
the time necessary in preparing the soil, by using seeds thai are
not the very best you can buy.
The Best Seeds Insure the Best Results.
We are positive that we are supplying the very best needs there
are none better. They art! Fresh, Pure ami Reliable. You will
be pleased with the results if you ue them.
LOUiS fANS SEN'S SONS.
Wliolesal e and Retail Dealers in
tilGM CLASS SEEDS.
21.5 215 West Second Miccl.
Bennett's Spring and
Coif mils. White! y Kxercisers,
li.iseba!! (ioods. 'Tennis Coods,
Indian ('bibs, liuxing Cloves,
Dumb P.eils. Athletic Shoes,
Kzerntor'a Not ire.
Kstate of Kve McKlnstry, deceased.
havhijr been uppoiriterl ox-
Mrs. loung was well known here,
having lived here some years.
Charles Huntley, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rollo Huntley, Tenth avenue
and Second street, died yesterday,
age -1 months. The rein'ains were
buried in Chippiannock today.
The enormous stiles of '!'. ei T."
brand cofl'ee are principally among
people who enjoy the lx-st filings of
life and will not have an inferior
Pneumouia follows la grippe, but
pneumonia cannot follow the use of
Foley's Houev and Tar. Pneumonia
is striking down hundreds of those
who thought thev were cured of la
rippe. Foley's Honey and Tar, taken
luring or after la grippe, is guaran
teed to prevent pneumonia.
Orangeine:"' "A most wonder
ful remedy: the only certain headache
Not one child dies where ten
formerly died from croiTp. People
have learned the value of One Minute
Cough Cure and use it for severe lung
andlhroat troubles. It immediately
stops coughing. It Dever fails, lor
sale bv T. II. Thomas, A. J. Ileissand
M. F. Bahnsen. druggists.
Hives are a terrible tormet to the
little folks. anl to some ol.fc?r ones.
Fa-dlv cured. Doait's Ointment never
fails." ' Instant relief, permanent cure.
At any drug store. oO eents. for saie
by Marshall eV r iscr. i
ccutor of the hist will and. testami-nt of Kve
MeKinsfy. late of the eoutity of Koel: W..i;d.
state of Illinois, elecensed. hereby vives nonce
thai he ill appi-nr before the count y court of
Kock Island county, at ttie county court room.
in the city of Itoek Inland, at me April
term, on the lirst Monthly in April next
at which time all persons bavin;; claims
against said estate are notiiieil ami r-iiiest.-il
to iillend lor lli purpoNt' ol havim.' tlie -:irnir
adjusted. All jiersons i:uleiitiij to said i-taie?
are rc-iiesU'd to make immediate payment lo
Imted this Sth day or Feh-iiary. A. H.
Joit.N W. Vi:i. ii. Kxeeiiior.
Kstate of FrirclericU Schneider, deceased.
The uiidersiirned huvinj; been unpointed
executrix of the last will uml teM anient
of Krecierieic Selineitler. late of I lie
county of Kock Island, suite of iiilnois.
deceased, hereby cives notice thai --hi' will
appear before the county court of Rock
lsiaml county, at the county court room, in
the city ut Kock Island. :it the May
term, on ' the lirst Monday In May next,
at which time all persons h-vintr claim-. against
said estate are notiiied and re'tuested lo a'
lernd. for the purpose of havint: the same :ui
ju.sted. A 11 persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersiirned.
Dated this 7th day of March. A. D. t.
Kc.Nli.uNPE I it.m:u. Kxecut ri-.
. Bennett's Glove and Fur Store
rjt. "m ti
Bennett's Kid Gloves
Are the Best IVIadc
Estate of Henry Fiedler, deceased.
I The undersigned having been appointed ex-
eemnx of thelastwill acd iestanien. ol iieiny
Fiedler, late of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby srives notice
that she will appear before the county
court of Itoek Island county, at the county
court roooi. In the city of Kock Island, at the
May term, on the lirst Monday in May
next, at which time all persons having
claims aualnst said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of bav
ins the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this -Ttb day of February. A. D. lew.
Vaii' i.v h a Jib K. Executrix.
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