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THE AEQTJ8, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1899.
Summers Self Stoves.
All kind3 of stove and if you are contemplating buying a hard
coal store remember it cists bat little more to get a gooJ one
ith'in m,inferior one. Buy one with a guaranteed bond, a Pen-
R. G. SUMMERS.
322 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE !
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
Catering Establishment cf
KRELL & MATH.
Wishing to retire we will dispose of
our entire business at a reasonable
figure to any person or jersons who
ivish to enter into a profitable and well
up-to-d:ito business. This will in
clude our EN TIKE PLANT, stock fix
tures, tods, machinery, brick bake
oven, horse and ;'nns and every
thin;; as it now stands in our present
building, including good will, etc.,
tic. to a responsible party. The good
will and reputation established is alone
worth more than we ask for the entire
plant. We will aiso lease the store
room in the present liuiMinir to the
bn in; our business for a
at iiivv rent. He mean
business and shall not listen to any
one talking of buying us out without
first .showing us that they mean busi
iiess and have ready cash to buy with.
This i.s a chance you do not get every
day to buy out an old-established
good paying business. Our business
will slai.d the closest inspection in
every respect, and satisfactory reason
for selling will )e given to parties de
siring to purchase.
To our trade do not let the above
Agent for the
Fall Styles are
30T Twentieth Street.
Open Wednesday ami Satur
ALL IN - READINESS.
JEWISH CHURCH FESTIVALS, j rrrjfrxArrxr
September an Important Mouth la Hebrew j AMUSEMENTS.
Plans For Good Roads Conven
tion and Harvest Festival
MEECHOT3 BEGIN TO DECORATE.
mislead you into iielieviiig that we
are going to quit business at once, as
wo are not. We shall continue to keep
up our stock, and shall atal' times tr
to please our patrons until we sell out
to a responsible party. ,
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Who didn't know whether
he could play the violin or
not. lecauso he had never
tried? That man was de
lightful, lie kept his soul
alive. He was not a man
who would tell you he didn't
care for a good cigar when
he had never tried one. One
Bir.glo trial will convince
you that in no other store
in the city is kept so largo
an assortment of the fra
grant Havana as at the
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i . II iff y t2: UH
and individuality about your in
terior decorations if, happily,
voa've selected vour paints and
varnishes here! IN HKADV
MIXED TAINTS we olTcr a perfect
interior finish, smooth and with
out that after drying glaring
crudity of color and tone so often
encountered in many interior tin
i.shes while lending itself with ad
mirable precision to any color
scheme pioposed, and retaining
its prestiuc beauty longer than
any other. Color samples for the
asking and paint in any sized cans
ready for application.
Filling Doctors' presciipli-ins a speciality.
a. .j. muss.
TlsTTniT Corner or Fourth Avenue and
1ilL UUiui, Twenty-third St .Kock Inland. Ill
Look for the big gold sign
over the door.
BUFFET LIBRARY CARS
Best Dinins Car Service.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Art JCST THE THCQ.
We make them gt'.ag you
twelve different potd lions ta
the doxen. Belter ones with
eiirbt. six. four, three and two
d'Serent positions in the doa
eo. All regularity mounted
In ne latent ""'-h. at
C. E. SMITH,
Oppoi lie Harper House, Seoond Ave.
and othef points in the west,
uorthwest and .southwest,
Sept. 5 and 19.
Oct. J and 17.
thc-e dates round-trip tick
good lor davs, will L-e sold
Half Fare, FJus $2.
A dry, healthy climate. A soil
rich, easy to cultivate and yield
ing all varieties of crops. "That
is what Nebraska oilers to the
home seeker. For a descriptive
pamphlet apply to
II. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Torso. Agent.
Phones 2131 and HSU.
Beautiful Display of Lights and Farm
I'roducts Promised at Night, Whea There
Will be Mollo and Other Attractions,
the Roads Meeting; to be Ueld During
uecoration oi business nouses is
under way and everything is now in
reaumess lor tne goou roads conven
tion and harvest home festival Satur
day, the final arrangements for which
were made at a meeting of all com
mittees at the lvck Island Club last
Merchants generally are cooperating
heartily with the committees, and if
present indications can be depended
upon we are to have an immense gath
ering oi people in town, an interest
ing meeting on the road question and
an evening festival, a concert and
promenade, and illuminative and farm
product display that will be both
unique and beautiful.
In the morning a section of sample
road will be built under the supervi-
si -n of government experts. In the
afternoon occurs the convention at
Turner hall, at which aCistrict organ
ization will be perfected and good
roads discussed by men of national
reputation who have devoted their
lives to this important question. At
the conclusion of the meeting there
will lie a foresters' competitive drill
on Market square.
Second avenue from fifteenth to
Twentieth streets will be kept practi
cally free of all vehicles durinir the
hours of the festival. The Tri-Citv
laiiwav company, tnrougn its super
nteutient. J. O. Huntoou, stated at
:tst nigiu s meeting mat street car
tratlic would be reduced to a mini
mum. only those on the Third and
Fourth avenue lines to be run that
evening on Second avenue, and they
will ie stopped uuring the progress
of the drills, etc. Mayor McConochie
said that the police would be ordered
to keep the avenue clear of vehi
cles. A feature in connection with
the evening attractions will be
a "Brownie drill," to be di
rected by Mrs. J. C. Jacobs. Stores
will Ikj decorated out to the curb line,
and there will be an abundant display
of electric and oriental lights. Three
large arches are to be erected at
Twentieth, Seventeenth and Fifteentl
lUnds will be stationed in Market end
A Bicycle Parade.
Auother feature arranged today for
Saturday night is an illuminated bicy
cle parado, in which all wheelmen
and wheelwomen are invited to par
ticipate. Suitable prizes will be of-
ered for the most attractive turnouts
The Central Union Telephone com
pany promises to do something nice
toward the artistic etfect of the festi
val. Division Agent II. I. Mack, of
the Burlington, said his company
would run a special train from Aledo,
reaching here at 10 a. m.
Secretary (i. W. Mi Caskrin reported
that the Austin-Weston company
would have machinery with which to
construct the sample road on the
ground Friday morning.
At Monmouth Yesterday.
There was a large attendance of
farmers at the good roads district
convention at Monmouth yesterday.
(Jen. E. Harrison, a government road
expert, superintended the tonstruc-
tion of a piece of dirt road. W. H.
Moore, president of the Interstate
Good lloads association, of St. Louis,
explained the object and advantages
to the farmers of thorough organiza
tion for the enactment of laws. A
district organization was effected,
with T. S. McClanahan, of Monmouth,
September is the month of all others
in which occur the festivals of the
Jewish church. Monday evening the
celebration of New Year's day com
menced. The first day of the year
opened at sunset. It was the first
day of the month Tischri, and the
opening of tne Tear oobu alter crea
tion. The celebrated rabbi. Dr. Emil
G. Hirsch, speaking of this
month, said the other day:
"The new year is a solemn day for
pious jews, lor they believe that then
God sits in judgment and assigns to
each man his fate and his fortune.
Thor is fisfimr jmnni soiiia r.f th
Jews, but the day is observed by my
congregation in solemn service only.
The Day of Atonement comes 10 davs
later. That is also one of the most
sacred of Jewish festivals.
mere are many peculiar cere
monies associated with the Jewish
New Year, the liosh Ilashonah. In
many of the synagogues the ram's
horn is blown by the one who reads
the prayers. There is a tradition that
this custom has descended from the
incident of the substitution of a ram
when Abraham was about to slay
his son. 1 have a theory which would
not please the orthodox Jew. It is
that the custom was one wkich ex
isted among the Babylonian shepherds
to greet the new moon and that it was
adopted by the Hebrews. In my
church the tradition is preserved bjr
the music of trumpets ana trom
'One of the salutations among the
Jews on this day is: -May vou be
written for a good year.' It seems
probable that the Hebrews adopted
the oeliei on which tins custom is
based from the Assyrians. The Assy
rian year began in the autumn, and
the gods were supposed then to hold
a council where by au oracle the lot
of maukind was determined.
'Sept. 14 is the Day of Atonement
or Yom Kippur. That is a day when
there are solemn services for punhca
lion ana when large sums are given
for charity. In the evening on that
day there is a service in my church
and each year a su:u of $12,000 or
$15,000 is raised by subscription with
in a lew minutes. It is also al:iy for
a service in memory of the departed.
ihat is held inthe afternoon, and uot
only members of the congregations
and prominc.it Jews are memorialized
but ail the great men who have died
within a vear are spoken of."
lue fast ot iiadaiiau, which is on
the Jewish calendar for September 'J,
lie. Hirsch said, is almost obsolete
it originally was held to commemor
ate the death of a ruler who died as
his people were about to move. The
following Sunday, according to the
calendar, should be observed as a har.
vest festival, but this custom, too, has
declined in interest since the Jews
ceased to be the farmers of Pales
Across the Trail" was played by !
the Van Dyke & Eaten company at
Harper's theatre last night and was
greatly enjoyed, as were the inci
dental specialties, by the audience.
The company's engagement continues
to and including Sunday night.
One of the features of "Hotel Topsv
festival I r wnica comes to tne liuriis
opera house ,.aunaay . evening, bept.
10, is the fact that the company num
bers nearly sixty people, which is the
largest organization on the road
presenting real musical comedy.
Generally companies of this si.e are
styled "cpera companies," but the
management of "Hotel Topsy Turvy''
makes no pretenses of giving comic
opera it is a musical comedy of the j
most up-to-date Kind, by an immense
company of comedians and comedi
ennes, accompanied bv all the em
bellishments usually found in a comic
opera organization, comprising
chorus, magniiicent scenery, with
varied and gorgeous costumes.
l.ddie toy, so well and favorably
known here as the leading comedian
of the Henderson extravaganzas
comes back to us as the principal fun
maker in "Hotel .lopsy lurvv
which comes to Wagner's opera house
Monday evening, Sept. 11. Iu other
cities the verdict has been unanimous
that Foy never had a more congenial
part and that the audience is kept
constantly laughing by the many
funny lines and situations, of which
Fov is the central figure.
Beecher's Cheap Cash Store.
Having decided to retire from business, I now
offer my stock of goods for sale, consisting of
groceries, dry goods and notions, shoes and
house furnishings, to some one who will take
advantage of this opportunity, one that is not
offered every day. My business is a good pay
ing business, and has been established for
years. I will make the rent low,' and for a
term of years if so desired to the party buying
my stock of goods.
-1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
-IF YOU WOULD -
Drink at the Fountain of Health
HEARD AT THE HEAD OFFICE!
ARE STILL IN A DEADLOCK.
TranteeR Fall to Locate Western Illinois
The trustees of the Western Illinois
Normal school resumed their meeting
at iialesburg yesterday. lhe board
took 60 ballots on the location of the
school without reaching a reiult. The
board denied that there was any seri
ous inction among the members and
adjourned until today.
Never Iturn a Caudle at Itotli Kuils."
If you do vour light will soon be
gone and vou will be in the dark.
Don t think you can go on drawing
vitality from the blood for nerves.
stomach, brain and muscles, without
doing something to replace it. Hood's
SarsapariMa gives nerve, mental and
digestive strength by enriching and
vitalizing the blood. Jhus it helps
people who arc overworked and tired.
Personals and Oosnlp Concerning the Mod
ern Woodmen Order
The neighbors of Monmouth and
Cedar Ilapids were at the head olli
n force .Labor day. Aearly
neighbors and their wives anil
lies visited and admired the
Among lhe prominent visitors to
the head ollice i his week were Mrs.
Irene Hentiev, of Oehvein, Iowa, and
Mrs. C. E. Allen, of Omaha, Neb.
members of the board of supreme
managers. It. A . A. 1 ney were en
route home from the meeting of the
national fraternal congress in Chicago
and the regular monthly meeting of
the board of managers immediately
thercaiier in 1'eoria. '
Hon. J. (1. Johnson, member of
the beneficiary committee, K. N. A
stopped over for half a day yesterday
with Congressman Curtis, of Kansas.
They departed at noon for Chicago.
1 lie total number of camps char
tered during the.mor.th of August
was lio, and the total number of cer-
tilicates issued, D,005. During the
month of August, 1S'J8, there were
46 camps chartered and 5 i00 certili
cates issued. So farm lH'.i'J there have
been issued 94,101 benefit certilicates,
an average of 11,763 per month. ,
uuring the month of August just
closed there were 102 deaths reported,
aggregating !jall, 600. Ihis is 42
deaths (76,oOO) in excess of the
month preceding, and 6D deaths
($131, 500) more than in August, 1898.
Jhere were 144 claims (!f2 6,500) paid
during the month just closed, and
there were on the 1st of September 10
claims (f H.oOO) allowed and remain
ing unpaid, awaiting letters of guar-
dianship, etc. The total liability of
the society on the 1st of September
was lit claims (?2o,000), but there
are claims that must le allowed by
the boanl Oelore payment can be
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
and be made well
The most succemful
and tb e most seleu t!U o
OF liO'l II
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Ctaleiieo. former
ly Hurpeon-tu-Cuief of Si.
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WOMEN suiferiuir from Diseases of the Womb. Ovaries. Klnddnr. Kidnv
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K E?t',5!URu.rs- N omer specialist oilers such a fair proposition. ONLY CUKArlLK
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OFFICE 124 WEST THUD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
Builds Mississippi Bicycles
Hood's Pills are non-irritating, mild,
Robbed the Grave
A startling incident of which Mr,
John Oliver, of Philadel. hia. was the
subject, is narrated by L :m as follows
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
-uy sivin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides no aj.-jK-tite
gradually growing weaker day by day.
j. nree pnysieians iiad piven me u
l-ortnnately. a friend advised trying
fcieetnc liitters. and to my great joy
and surprise, tlie lirst bottle made
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well man. I know they saved
niv nit, and rooiied tne grave of an
other victim." No one should fail to
trv them. Only 50 cents per bottle
at Hartz & Ullemevcr's drur store.
Home VlKitnrs Kicornion
Thursday, Sept. 14, the annual
home visitors' excursion to Indiana
and Ohio points will be run by the
1. D. & II railway at exceptionally
low rates, with long Imiit of SO davs.
to all principal points, including
iouisville, Ky.: Cincinnati, Doyton.
Hamilton. Toledo, Put-in-Bav" and
Columbus, Ohio, and Ft. Wayne, Lo
gansport and Indianapolis. Ind. Call
on ticket aired lor lull particulars
and rates, or address G. A. Smith,
G. A., Teoria. 111.
For Un nrty teavrs
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has
been nsed for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays ail pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottie. i
1 13 Rsa Ta Haw Alrrn BoS
Alter you nave concluded that you
ought not to drink coffee. It is not a
medicine, but doctors order it, be
cause it is healthful, inviiroratinjr and
... ... -
appetizing, it is m:ide Irom pure
grains and has that rich seal brown
i . . ,
coior ami uuue jikc me nnest grades
of coffee and costs about one-fourth
as much. Children like it and thrive
on it, because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothin," but nour
ishment. Ask vour grocer for
Grain-O, the new food drink. 15 and
A Thousand Tonznes
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard
street, Philadelphia, Ta., when she
tound that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption hail completely cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
years had made lifo a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but siie savsof this royal
cure: "It soon removed the pain in
mv chest and I can uow sleep soundly.
something x can scarcely remember
doing belore. i leel like sounding its
praises throughout the universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's!
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and ?1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store: every bottle
To order from $35 to $50. Call
see them, they are built at home.
113 and 115 West Seventeenth Street - -
- Rock Island.
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the city clerk s office. Rock Island,
HI., until Tuesday, Sept. 5, A. D..
180. at 5 o'clock p. rn., for the con-
struction of a sewer on Eleventh street
between Fifth and Ninth avenues.
Plans and specifications on file at the
city clerk's office. The city reserves
the right to reject any and all bids,
llock IslaniLCUl-. Aug. '.'0. IHO'J
Ma vol: McConociiie, Chairman,
Jmiin O. Fi:ef.i,
Gf.okwi; W. Hkck.
Hoard of Ix;cal Improvements.
That Tb robbing; Hea-lache.
Would quickly leave you if ybu nsed
nr. iving a .ew iue nils, lbousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit tor sick and nervous head
aches. They ruake pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your
health. Easy to take. Try them.
Only 25 ceuts. Money back if not
cured. Sold by Hartz & Ullemever.
ugg'sts. ' ,
ttolnc; Uoi Hill.
People suffering from kidney dis
eases feel a gradaal but steady loss of
strength and vitality. They" should
lose no time In trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a guaranteed preparation.
Don't te Imposed I'pon.
Always insist on getting Foley's
Honey and lar, as it is positively.
absolutely and unqualifiedly the best
cough medicine. Accept no substi
Subscribe for The A rocs.
Our crocker' and house furnishin"s
are a real help to worried housekeep
er.i. me nine tilings make such a
difference in the kitchen work, and
the cost is a trille.
Japanese toothpicks, 500 for. .... 3c
Ice picks 3c
Plated tcasoons lc
Lemon squeezers (Manny's)... . 5c
Milk crocks 3c
Covered stone butter jars 11c
State of Illinois.
County of Kuck Island. '
In the circuit court. SentemhiT term A t
Kdward H. Kreis vs. Wm. E. Sti-vprn Vm
i. Stevens, (jcrtrudre Stevens. S:irau-! C.
iunna-iu .,r Mariini;. In chstneery.
Aniil:iitof the uoii-resiilfm-n .,1 ilia. An.
TendantR. W m. 1). Sievens. (iOTimdH RiMvfn
Samuel O. lfTnna. limI;.tried witn thi? snuv
oeienmn'N. ,.-o. a. Hiirlinu anU Win. K. Stev
ens, hiivlnjf l.cen tiled in the -I.-i-u in,.
ti me eireuiL couri or HillU eolintv no
tice Is hereby viven lu the Kiiid non-r.-Nid.-nt
rlefen'.:ints th;it the enmplaimtnt has Hied his
bill of complaint in said court, on t In- cl.:in-
eery s:u. tnereor. on the fifth day of Auifust
ltew, una that tlicreuima a summons issued
ost ot kuui coijrt. wherein said suit is now
pending, re'.'irni;ile on the third Monday l, t'.e
m--nm oi Bcpteraier Beit, ad L by law required.
M)w, there'ore. unless vou. the saM non
resident defendants all ive named. VVru 1.
Stevens, liertnide Sievens and Samuel C.
uanna. shall personally he and appear be-
iore s.nu circuit court, on the first cliv or
the next term thereof, to be holden at I'utic
Island In and fortue said county, on the eirh-
teen'b day of September next.., and plead,
answer or demur to the said com'ulaifiant si. ill
of complaint, the same and the matte s and
imnirs therein charged and stated will be
taken a.s confessed, and a decree entered
aKuiasl you according to the prayer of said
GeK;rW rUum.E misrlr
Rock Island. Illinois. Auir. 4. 1
K II. Ucvkk, Complainant's Solicitor.
Asbesto stove mats, 2 for.
It's a ruedley, but
Iictter come in and
. . . . 4c
. . . . 5c
a useful one.
look over the
variety of other things.
1 b. McCAUE CO.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois. I ..
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court, September term. A. D.
hilirard It hre'HTi J. Hrooks Davis. Wei.
D- Stevens. Oertrude Stevens. Samuel C
Ilanna. tondCeorfre A. Itarlintf. In chancery.
Affidavit of non-resi Jeoire of the defendants.
Wm. !.. Stevens. Hertrude Stevens ami Sain
ucl C Hanna. lmlcad.d with the above de
fendants, J. Krjok Davi and Geo. A. Darling.
havir. bet u hied in the clerk's office of tee
circuit court of sa d county, notice Istheref jre
hereby xi-n to the ai4 non-t es.dct defend-
nts i bat the corui.lainacl Died his billot com
plaint in said cour-.. on the chancery hide
thereof, on tne tib day of Aui'ust. lsi
aid that thereupon a summons issued out
or iu court, wherein Raid milt is now pending,
returnable 02 la-5 third Monday in the mouth of
j ,. I September neil. as Is Dv law required.
. . " . s.u. m uuu-rc umi qci en ri
ant' above named. hall personally be and ap
pear be fore s-iid circuit cnj-t. on the nrxtday of
the next terra thereof, to beholden at ICock Isl
and in and fortbea;dcounty.oatbe ltb dayof
September next, and plead, amwerordeinur to
tne said complain ant s hill of complalit, the
same and toe mitters and tiling i therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you acconlimr
to the prayer of said uilL
csoHvt.B w. Gisau. Clerk.
Bock biand. I;!!noi. Auniil 4th. 10. ...
. H. OCT KB, Comylaicaut, s Solicitor.
Notice of Pabllcatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois, 1
Rock Island County. (
In the circuit court. May term, A. D. 1809.
Rock Island Mu'.ua! Building Ixim and Savlnirs
AsB jclatlo i vs. William K. Sievens, IttTe
K Sievens. James W Atkiuson, Thomas
Lyness and VVUllam f. Stevens.
A fhdavlt of noia-residence of the defendant,
William U. Stevens, Impleaded with the above
defendants, William K Stevens. Ixjttle K Stev
ens, James W. Atkinson anl Thomas Lyrics,
bavimrbeen filed In the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice Is therefore
hereby t'iven to the said non-resident defend
ant that the complainant filed lot bill of com
plaint in said court. on the chancery side there
of, on the twenty-ninth day of March. ISM. and
that thereupon a summons Isxued out of said
court, wbereln said suit Is now peiidlui;. re
turnable on the first Monday in the month of
May next, as is by law required. Now,
unless you the said' non-resident defendant
above named, William 1. Sievens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of the
next term thereof. to be bolden at llock Island
In and for the said county. on the third Mouday
in September next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and the mutters and tliluvs therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
(jEoif.K W. Gamble. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. July 7, A. It., ImH.
SC. H. (JCJTEU, Complainant's Solicitor.
Vfetate of Anna Meyer, deceased.
The undersigned havice been annolnted ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Anna
Meyers, late of the county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the county courtof KocK
Island county, at tbecountvconrt room. In the
cky of 1'jtcn Island, at theCcUiberterm. on the
first Monday In uctobernext. at which time ail
persons having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
persons indented to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
.Dated this ZJlh day of July, A. D. 10.
iioBKBT MkVfCK. Kx ecutor.
Estate of George Stood, deceased.
The undersigned baring neen appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of
George Stood late of the county of Kock Isl
and. state of Illinois, deceased hereby gives se
ttee that she will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county, at tbe county
CDurt room. In tbe city of Kock Island, at the
October term, on tbe first Monday In October
next, at which time all persons having
cli'.nn against said estate are notified arid
requested to attend, for tbe purpose of bay
ing the same adjusted
All persona indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Umicd Lais 2Sab day of July. A. D. isw.
LosO i.i sis.