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THE AllGUS, THUKSDAX, JAINUAKY 12, 1853.
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ffHICAlvU. "KOtJa. TsUiA'D PA- -.TC KAI&
y wxr Depot corset firth aveaoe and TTJrtT
rat street. Prank H. Hummer, stent.
CovncH E tuffs Mlnueto-1
la Dav Express (
ft anew City Day Bxprers. ..
W.ahinirton tartresa.. ....
11:06 am 4-41 in
.0:37 pini 6r am
1,10 pm :lpm
Sunaeir wit Minnreo- i ;
ta e" f
Auht and Denver Vesti-1
;:40 am T :S& pm
kale arpress I 4 am l:M km
Kaoe:ii IJmitMl ... 4:44am ll;10pm
Ptnart-Roch Island Expixt-1 b :40 pm tt: 0m
" 'Pally. Kioiny east. wqiok esi.
BUrtU.NvjTOS KOClit-C., B. A H. HAIL
way Depot Pint a venae and StxWentb nt,
M . J. Yoe)n, ,vrit.
St. i ea -t.'fvn
Beardstoirn Passenger.- ..
Way Frelrtt (Voamonth).
Ml Paal Express
.1 t:87 am
t :7 pm
B 45 pm
11 SO am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 8T. PAUL RAIL
war Racine A Sonthwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between Firat and Second
TUA1S3. Lbavb. A BBIVB.
Mati and iCxpreaa lT00 ru 9:00 pm
Rt. Paul CxprufB 8:60 itn 11:45 am
ft. & Accommodation 7 .4 5 an B:lCpm
OCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DK
pot Firat avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAILS. L a a vs Aawrva.
Faai Mall Express 8:05 amj 7:P6pm
spree l:tCpm 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation 8:10 ami 3:00 pm
" " 4-nOpml W:Oi am
MOST DtRSCT BOOTS TO THIS
ast. South and Southeast.
9 :30 im
r. Reck Island,
8 :0t am
a :zv pm
St. Louis .. .
Ar. Rock Island.
...110:10 ami 8:50 pm
i : pm 7:uo pm
Accommodation trams leave Ko-k le'and at
:00a. m. and 6 30 p. m; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
. and 1:15 a. m. Leave PeoJia 6:00 a. m. and
1 :lp.m; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1.19
All trains rin dMly exrept Sunday .
AM passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cnaircaroa Fast E rp-es. between Rock
blood and Peoria, both directions.
Through tlekot. to all points ; baggage enocked
Ihroqgh to destination.
Lv. Rock Island 9.lQam
An. Rsrnolds 10.20 am
" Onhle. 1 11.00 am
Ar. Reynolds ...
" Kv.k Island
6.20 am' 11.50 pm
7.00 amj 1.45 pm
7.5.- ami 8.W pm
Q iu'1 Tkt. Agei J
BCD WUAM.E MFOBUATION rROH A STUDY OF THIS HAP Of Tut
Cbicaiio, Eoct Islani & FaciSc Ey
Tb Direct ftoate to aud from Chicago. Jnllet, Ottatra,
TeoHa, La Hull. Molina, RkJc Island. In ILLINOIS;
Davenport. Moscatlne, Ottmnira. bskalnoea, Det
Untnea, Wlateraet, Andubon, Ilarlan and Coanell
Blufla. In IOWA; Minneapolis and 8t. Paul, In IIS
NESOTA; tTalerlowa and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA)
ttmeroo, St. Jeseph and Karon Ctty, In MISSOURI'
Omaba, UbcoId. Falrbary and Kelson, In NEBRASKA;
Atebleon, Learen worth. Bortoc, Toneka, Hutchinson
Vtehlta, Bellevills, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Klngniber, El Reno ard Jllnco, In INDIAN
TBRRITORT; Denver, Colorado Spring, and Pueblo,
la COLORADO. TnverMS new areas of rich fanning
and grulng lands, affording the best facilities of Inter
coaaumteatkm to all towns and cities east and west,
Borthwart and southwest of Cblcago and to Pacific and
VXSTWULZ EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors rn splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAOO and
PHNVSR, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPKKA and via ST. JOSEPn.
Pirat-CUss Day Coaches, FREE P-ECLTNIKQ CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Close sonaeeUons at Denver and Colorado Springs with
dtvergssg railway lines, now forming the new sod
TRANS-ROCKY" MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over TiWch superbly-equipped trains ran dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogdan and Ban Fncisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Lattoa, Pike's Pesk and all other sanitary and
rente resort, and cltirs and mining districts tn Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAUTS
from 8t Joseph and Kansas City to asd from all lm
ortaat towns. cltler and section tn Southern Nebraska
tanasf and the In into Territory Also via ALBERT
'JtK ROCTH from Kamss City and Chicago to Water.
ewn, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. t-AUL.
icsnecfleng for all points north and xtorthwast between
be laker uul the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired mfbrmauoe
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn the United Sutet
t Canada, or address
Z. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
CS2CA a .f .T-
STATE SAVINGS BANK,
Offiee Corner Flteei-th street and Third Ave.
Sneeee3s the Mollne Si vines cana. Onranlaed 18
5 PerCEST. HTIBIST .AID D.POSITS.
Organised aider State Laws.
Ope a from t a. m. to I i a., and Wednesday and
Saturday al ;bta frora7 to 8pm
PoBTaa SannrEB. President
FL A. AraswoaTB, - Vice-President
i. Jf. Bbbbsiwat, - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ains worth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frtberg-, F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private rartiea la the garden
spot of thi west by tbe
Orchard State Bank
E. W. Dart, Preeldi nt.
J. 8. DabT- Caebler.
Mitchell A Lvnde. Baikera.
J. F. Kobtason, Caablt r iioak I?!nd. National
O. C. Carter, HI . D.
Henry Dan's Sons, Wholesale Qrocers.
A. D, KUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried aca vr
knavm Fin Insnrancc Co npaclea be follows
Royal Insurance Compat.y, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Coi ipany of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y,
Rochester German las. t o., Rochoetor. H. Y
Citl.ens Ins. Co., of Pittcbnrgii, Pa.
Bnn Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Secnrlty Ins. Co.. Hew H iven, Oona.
Wllwankee Mechanics Ins.Oo.,Milwaakee, W:.
German Fire Ina. Co., of Peoria, 111,
OiBce Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. n.I,.
Representing over 40 Million Dollrr8
of Cash a'sets.
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds ofl Snretyship-OFFH-'E
Room 41, Slitche 1 ft Lynde's block
Hock Islan.l, Ills,
-rseenre oar rates : they will Intores yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tbe old Fire and Time tr ed Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low aa any reliable company ran afforc
Toot Patronage In solicited.
R, M, PEAHCE,
Room 33 in Mitchell JSs LjiAi 'e new bler.a
DR. J. E. SiAVYTKOFiSE,
Teeth extracted witboot ioin by the t
No 1718 Second avennc. over ILrell t Math's.
Mitcbel! & Lynde's Block. Tiooms 28-81.
e, eiane tee.
ATTORNK7 AT LAW-Ofllce; in Mltohcll A
Lynde's new block,
JACKSON & HCRf T,
ATTOHKBT8 AT LAW. Office in Roct Isla-.d
National Bank BaUding, Rock 1 eland. IH.
O. L. WABKn.
SWEENEY ft WALK-ZR,
ATTOHNKTB AND COTJnSKLLiIRS AT LAW
lOmce in Bengston'a block. Rocs Uland. TU.
MeEMRY & McENlRY,
TTORNBT'6 AT LAW Loan litmej cm 8000
F. seenritv, make collections, Ref irenca, Mitch
ell Lyndo. bankers. Offloe iu PoHtofflce block.
S. Yt. ODELL,
4 TTORNEY AT LA W Formerly if Port Byron.
!i and during the past two years with the firm of
irownin? A Entrikn at Moline, has now opened
ir office in tho nditorinm bniidinj;, room S, at
C. J. Bbarlb. S. W. Seaslb.
SEARLE & BEAR1.E,
TTORNBtS and Coonscllors at Law and So
licltors in Chancerr; office BrJord's block,
"If I wonld aek yem to be mine,
. Would you aay yea or nor
""Neither," aha said and bans; her bead.
How could she treat love tot
Then yon donl love me, do yon. dearT"
He asked the pretty miss.
Ebe shook her head first trp, then down.
And g-ave to him a kiss.
"Then, darling, when yon neither said.
Pray tell me what yoa meantf
Sht eaid, "My dear. I'd silent be.
And silence gives consent."
A Solution of the Problem of Poverty.
The German system of poor relief knows
as "the Eijerfeld system" is accepted by
many cf oar greatest economists aa the
most satisfHctory system that has ever
b -en devised. It is in operation in at least
thirty-six German towns and cities.
The leading facta abont this interesting
system are that the superintendent of poor
relief is a trained expert who is chosen for
life, is paid for his services, and is eligible
to the pension list. Under him are a group
of men that are elected to aid him, and
these are among the foremost men in each
town, such as bank presidents, lawyers,
preachers aad presidents of universities,
successful merchants in general the most
important and Influential citizens. Under
the direction of this body a large number
of visitors of the poor are selected to serve
without payment, and among these also
are many of tbe best citizens of the town.
Then the town or city is divided into small
sections, a block or two being a section,
and in each section there is a man whose
duty it is to know personally the condition
of every poor resident and in case of want
to make a personal investigation.
This personal investigation is reported to
the committee of which he is a member.
and this committee provides immediate
relief in case of dire need, and then the
case is reported in all its details to a still
larger committee, and whatever is deemed
advisable is done in each case sometimes
the man is given work, sometimes he is
sent to an institution, bnt in every case
whatever is thought to be the best treat
ment is administered. Professor Peabody
tn t ornm.
A Worldly Little Rebel.
The mother thought that she would give)
op financiering and raise her boy for the
About the only time that she conld keep
her bands on him long enough to talk to
him on serious subjects was when she
bathed him, and she always took advan
tage of the circumstance.
One day when he had had to be spanked
into the tub the mother chose for her text
"Obedience," and tried to impress upon
him the fact that all little boys had to obey
their mothers, and that everybody in the
world had to obey the Heavenly Father.
She had abont gotten to the omega of her
sermon when the soapy little rebel clappl
his wet hands on her shoulders and whim
pered wildly, "Mamma, le's me an you
don't mind God."
At last one day he shattered his mother's
hopes by announcing, "I ain't a-doin to be
no preacher." Then, as if trying to soften
the blow, he added, "But I'm doin to p'ay
"Oh, yes," said his mother, catching nt a
straw of hope, "I'll teach yon music and
yon can play the organ in Heavenly Fa
ther s house.
"No," said tbe boy, "I ain't a-doin to pay
de orin in de fchurch; Fin doin to dit me a
dined in orgin an a montey." Philadelphia
Why his Wi'e la "Fidgety."
I have the best eooa In the town.
Whose br.ad is deliclrni and wh'te;
Her coffee is fragrant and brown.
Her pa if ry a perfect deligbt.'
And sbe daily eompla ns of the worry they
She's my own darll-jg wife, but a fldgety
Your wife Is worn out and needs Dr. Flerec.e
Favor te Prescript on, the only medicine gnar
teed to core debillltated women. How many
overworked American 1 vt s we see with lack
lusfe eyes and baegard faces, growing old before
their t me, from those exhrustlng aliments men
know nothing of They can be peimanently
cared by this remedy, as numberless grateful
womenwlll attest. Price refunded. If It fails to
ive satisfaction in every ease. See guarantee
printed oc bottle-wrapper,
Tbe Han Who Cot a rointer.
Every friend and acquaintance of Jay
Gonld knew the story of "the man who
got a pointer." The story was as follows:
Gould was very seldom uncertain or un
civil with his employees, and while he
made no promises he was rather desirous
to see those who served him thrive and
feel on good terms with the world. Mr.
Gould on one occasion told a faithful man
in his employment abont some things he
was going to do. His object was to have
the man apply the information in his own
way and get the benefit of it. Some time
afterward he asked this man if he bad
bettered himself, as he had be?u shown
the opportunity. The man said no; that
he was afraid that if lie would act on
the information it would seem like using
Mr. Gould's confidence to his own advan
tage. Mr. Gould for the first time sus
pected his faithful subordinate to be want
ing in quality. New York World.
We astborizo our advertised drugpist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery foi
consumption, conghs and colds npnn
this condition: If you are afflicted with
a couch, cold or any lane, thrott or
chesi trouble, acd will use this remedy as
directed, Riving it a fair trial, and exper
ience no benefit, you may retnrn the bot
tle and have your money refunded. We
could not make this offer did we not
know that Dr. King's New Discover
could be relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Bartz fc Binnsen's
drugstore. Large size 50c and $1.
Since tbe first introduction Electric
Bitters hns pained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
among pnre medicinal tonics and altera
tives containing nothing which ner-
mits its use as a be vera pre cr intoxicant;
it is Terof?nz?d as tbe best and purest
medicine for all nilments of stomach,
liver or kidneys. It will cure sick head
ache, indigeslion. constipation, and drive
malarii from the system. Satisfaction
guaranteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold br Hartz & Bahnsen.
STJCZLKH'e AB.KICA SAL VS.
Tbe best salve in the world for outs,
bruises, acres, ulcere, aalt rheum, fevei
eores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains,
corns and aii ekin eruptions, and poai
tivolv cures piles, or no pay required. Ii
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or aioscy refunded. XMC6 25 cuU per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnson. i
-.. , X V ' aiaktog day Pipe. ' '
""be "common clay pipe, like the needle,
I .fm to undergo a large number of opera
tions before completion, nearly all of which
are conducted without mechanical aid.
The clay, after being levigated, mixed
and kneaded to a proper consistency, is
rolled out roughly into shape. This the
molder takes, and placing the head or
bowl end on a special support thrusts
long needle into the center of tbe tail of
tbe roll, thus piercing the stem.
Thus pierced, and still containing the
needle, the roll is placed in the mould,
which is of steel and made in two parts
and the latter is closed and put in the press.
Then a compressor is pnshed into the open
part of the mold to form the bowl. Thus
the clay is compressed.
The prees is now opened, the pipe taken
from the mold and passed on to finish
ers, who scrape out all mold seams, pass
another needle into the stem, stamp any
letters that are to appear and send on to
the drying room.
Here, when sufficiently hardened, those
which have to be polished arc polished, and
all are sent forward to other workmen,
who exrimtce them, reject the defective
cuts. a::d proceed to put the perfect ones
in v!ie sai'gijrs r.-tdy for the furnaces,
which are similar iothosensed in potteries,
and where they are exposed for live or six
They are subsequently dipped in a mix
ture to remove the porosity of the clay.
This is a mere outline of what is needed
for a common clny pipe; the operations in
the fancy patterns are more complicated.
A Queer Cave.
A dingy cave with several thonsand tin
cans for a roof, a pil of grimy blankets
and gunny sacks stuffed with rags for a
bed, a few old cans and broken brick
against the clay bank for a fireplace this
is the habitat of an old roan on TerwilH
ger's claim, about 800 feet north of the
point where the west side Southern Pacific
line crosses Slavin's road in South Port
land. The cave is dug into the side of a
steep hill and is sufficiently obscured by
brush and trees to give the old man the
seclusion be seems to desire.
The cave the old man lives in now is a
marvel, considering the implements he had
to work with. The only tool he used was a
, broken shovel, tied with wires in several
places, with a handle that, was once a sap
ling fir tree. He dug a hole about 14 feet
long, ten feet wide and 12 feet deep, and as
the bank is hard clay the amount of labor
he performed may be imagined. A man
with a good shovel conld not remove such
a quantity of earth in less than two or
three weeks. The thousands of small cuts
in the clay show that he took but a small
amount of earth at a time, and gives some
idea of the laborious task he bad. The
roof is made of a few crossbeams and flat
tened out oil cans, piled about twenty deep
on top. Where he picked up such a quan
tity of oil cans is a mystery, as one dray
could hardly carry them. The bedding
consists of straw, old blankets, sacks and
rags. A dog would hesitate before passing
the night there. Portland Oregonian.
Reporting the Battle of Sedan.
Sedan was marked by efforts of journal
istic enterpriser crude, it is true, bat In
dicative at least of energy. It was the
New York Tribune which took "first
spear." The wielder of the weapon was a
Briton. Uolt White, a man whose abilities
should have given him a better fate than a
premature death in an Austrian hospital,
was with the Germans on the day so un
fortunate for France. He stood by Sheri
dan when Napoleon 's letter of surrender
was handed by General Reille to old Wil
belm; the napkin that had constituted
Reille's flag of truce was given him as a
souvenir. And then with dauntless cour
age he walked right ocross the battlefield
through the still glowing embers of the
battle, reached the frontier, made for the
nearest railway station and got to Brussels
early next rooming. He could not tele
graph from there.
His own story was that when he ten
dered his message the people at the offiee
refused to transmit it, scouting him aa
either a lunatic or a "bear" bent on cre
ating a panic on tbe Stock exchance, bnt
I have heard that he had not tbe cash with
him to pay for a long message. Anyhow
he came to London, getting there the day
but one after the battle, in time for a short
synopsis oFhis narrative to be printed in a
late edition of the Pall Mall Gazette. It
appeared at length in next morning's
Tribune. Archibald Forbes in Century,
Cold Nugget Shnpi d Like a Band.
There have been many large and oddly
shaped gold nuggets found in the United
States and elsewhere, but ths oddest of
them all was that discovered iw'the Midbas
mine on Sulky gully, near Melbourne,
Australia, in 1SS7. The nugget was flat
and almost the exact counterpart in con
tour of a colossal human hand held open,
with the exception of the thumb and fore
finger, which were closed together in a
manner so as to make it appear that the
thumb was holding the finger in place Its
greatest length was 12- inches and its
greatest breadth 8 inches.
It was of tha very purest gold, with but
a little of foreign substances adhering
(mostly between tbe "fingers") and weighed
617 ounces. It was found in the north wet t
main drive of the Mid hns mine, 130 feet be
low tbe surface of the earth and at a spot
only fifty feet from where the famous
"Lady Brassey" nngget was discovered the
year before. It weighed fifty one pounds
of pure gold, worth 335 per pound. St.
She Becomes Real Interested.
Mrs. General Custer devotes the greater
part of her time to reading in public a
paper called "On the Plains."
In the course of thiB paper she desoribes
a hunt out of a western camp or post. Mrs.
Custer is a good hunter and has often ac
companied her husband on tbesa expedi
tions. She says that when reading the de
scription sbe practically goes through the
whole thing. She hears tbe horn, the dogs,
the calls of the men, the clatter of hoofs.
Sbe feels the motion of ber horse, sees the
stretch of prairie and is thrilled by tbe ex
citement of tbe chase.
At the end sbe is as tired as if sbe had
really spent hours in tbe saddle, and can
scarcely bring herself back to the realities
of her surroundings. New York Recorder.
In Westminster Abbey.
A party of American tourists who vis
ited London recently, while passing
through Westminster abbey, paused rev
trently before the bust of Longfellow which
stands upon the wall in tbe poet's corner.
One of the visitors, a yonng girl, with
tears in her eyes, placed a rose in the folds
of dritpery across the old poet's breast.
They passed on. Presently they missed a
child who belong! d to the party. Ou search
ing for her t hey found her lingering before
the bust. She liad bitten off one of her
little curls and 1: jd it beside the rose.
"He is the only American here," she said
"and it was all I had to give," Youth's
A BeeoTer His Speaeh.
Alpbonse Hemphlingi of Summit town
thip. Butler Co., Penn.. madeaa affidavit
that bit 13-Tearsold ton; who bad
bad St. Vitus dance for twelve veart, lost
his speech, was completely cured after
uing tbreo bottle of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Nervine, and and also recovered his
speech. Thousands testify to wonderful
cores from using it for nervous diseases,
dyspepsia, nervous debility, dallnens. con
fusion of mind, headache, etc. Four
doses of this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E.
Burns, South Btnd. Ind., who had been
suffering with rona'ant headache for
'brec months. Trial bottle and elegant
book free at Hartz & Bahnsen '
Physicians Pn ailed-
Many persons are unable to sleep on
their left si'le. The cause has long been
puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan
napers speak with great interest of Dr.
Franklin Miles, tbe eminent Indiana
specialist in nervous and heart dise;,
wpo hse Drovtn tbat t!-is babit srirfs
from a diseased heart. He has examined
and kept on record thousands of cases.
His New Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy,
is sold at Hartz & Btbnsen's. Thousands
testify to its value as a cure for heart
diseases. Mrs. Cbas. Benoy, Loveland.
Colo., says Its effects on her were marvel
ous. Elegant bock on heart diseases free.
K lej Keiva and Liver Pill
Act on a new principle regulating, the
liver, stomach and bowel through tbe
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
oents. Samoles free at Hartz & ' Bahn
When Baby was sick, we gave her Cashoria.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When sbe became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chiidren Cry for
For beauty, for comfo for improve .
meet oi me complexion ise only foz
zoni's Powder: herp is H.-.-'aing; equal to.
Children Cry for
Coits; li in 3 leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balr-am will stop the couch at
WAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY.
Colvtn, La Dec 2, 1 880. My wife used
MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would sot be
without it for hundreds cf dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price, f 1.50 per bot
tle. Book " To Mothers " mailed i tee.
BRAOTIELO REGULATOR CO,
nuMuntunniuon. ATLJUTTA. OA.
Sold by Bartz A Bahnsen.
Estate of Rebecca Walsh, Deceased.
The noerslgned bavin been appointed exe
cutor of Ihe last will and testament of Rebecca
W.lh,late of tbe county of hock Island, si-ie
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha h
will appear before the county court of Rock Island
comity, at the office of ths clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock island, at the March term on
the first Monday in March next, at which time
all pernors bsving cla'.ms aua nst said esute are
notified and reque -ted to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All persons in
debted to .aid estite are requested to make im
mediate payment to the nndersicned.
Dated ibis 19th day of December, A. TV TPSt.
WILLIAM B. rETTITT,
Estate of Jrseph Rinnan, deceased.
TOeondersigned having been appointed execn
tar of tbe last will ard testament of Jostph
Klnnan, late of the county of Bock Island,
state ol Illinois, dt ceased, hereby give notice
that he will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the office of tbe clerk of
said conn. In the citv of Rock Island, at tbe
March term, on tbe first Monday In March next,
at wnlch time all persona having clalns against
said estate are notified and requested to attend
lor the purpose of having the same Adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the nnderslaned.
Dated this 1st day of November, A. D. 1891.
J. S. MATTHEWS, El ecu tor.
Etate of Dennis Warren, Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of tbe estate or Dennis Warren, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Fork Island
county, at the office of tbe clerk of eaid court, in
the city of Rock Island, at the March term, on
the first Monday in March next, at which toa
all persens having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for tbe Purpose
of bavin gthe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are reques
ted to make Immediate payment to tbe under
slried. Dated this 7th day of January, A. D. 16tl
miLEMON L. MITUHKLt,, Administrator.
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