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THK AUG U 8 SATUKDAT, JANUARY L4. 183.
THE TEA! EhEMM' Ht'l1.
rimCAHO, WK ISLAND PACTIC
V way Depot etrnt it'th weun. M TMrtr
ftrat treat, frank H. Pinnuaer, ayns.
PnvBell Blmffs A MiriBoso-
la 1V Kx press
Xante Cl5y Day Express.
Waftaiagton Kxpress., ....
llKeani 4 41 am
:V0 ami 7:5 nin
tand Denver Veti- (I j
: Bausess . .. I .44 am :WI am
i Dili A i'oa ... 4:4 am. 11 :1U pio
8trt-Roet IsNnd EspresH 5:40 pm) 0:0 ma
Daily, teoluii e a. tT iat wm,
BUKLJNuToN KOU f if- O., 8. V. (tAll.
war IVipat First avena and Slrteentfl t.
t .1. Vno'iu, we-nt.
TRAIfTS. ) i. ., asarv.
L3 aifioM :40 an. :40 am
m. ; n pi. T:S7 pm T:!-T am
At, la- Express a-4Spic 4.5vn
Wsrds:oa Ha-wtcnKcr. .... :hSpm 10:S5um
Way Prel.-ht iMonroouth)... 8:00on I'.'vOpm
Nerlfnv "asstmr 7:r5Jn :40 pm
Htt rul Express 6:n to R:4!trm
lrlhsg groiirht ....... tl:i50am tosnarn
Cuicaoo. v.n,WAi'KBit a t. pavl kail
way Itacrne A Southwestern Division De
tot Twentieth street, boiwoen I'irst aad Second
rrrme, B. D. W. Hn'g w. gnt.
TK.MNS. Leatu. Attatvu.
Bail sud Kxprea. .. 7:O0Y.. :Vi :.iu
fi, Paul Ri;ir.'e( 8:H).ro 11:4) a-o
yi. A Accommodation.. .,., , V 4HU. fc:lliUi
ROCK IMLANi PiORIA RAILWAY DS
pot First avenus and Twentieth street. P.
K. Rockwell. Avent. -
La vr A ant ."K
2:o pm' 1 :2S pm
6:10 anil 8:i rr.i
!ftH Vail Expro4
;Jolt? Aero nmodstion . .
HOST DIHHCT KOCTH TO f HIS
Fsst VI. Express
r. Rock Inland 8:0m 3-8upm
r. O.-i jn 8 :4.i am 8 :04 pm
Cam ride t:n im 3:27 pm
Hulva..... 9:38 am 8 57pm
Wyoming 10:11am 4:33 pra
Pnncville 10:80 am 4:55 pm
Peoria 'n-1S-.m 5:40pm
7 10 n't
l :sw am
11 -Xti pm
Irt. Peoria ... .
At. Roc (eland
10:10 am 8:50 pm
1:85 pmj 7:05 pm
AecoramodaMoc traina leave Rock Is'and at
KWa. m. and 8 30 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1:15 a m. Leave Pcojla 8:00 a. m. and
7 rl5 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:83
All trains rnn dally exrept Sunday.
Allpae ie.-traiu arrive and depart Union
Free Cnaircaron Fist Erp-e? between Eock
lalnod and Peoria, both directions.
Through tiokoti to all points; bag?ae checked
ttmwiirb to derlaation.
Iv. R-wk Inland 9. 10 am 4.00 pm
Atr. R!ynildi , 10.80 am 5.05 pui
' Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Accom. I AccomT
So. Oiole 6.2i) am 18.50 pm
Ar. Kevnolds 7.00 ami ).4pm
B-icic tland 7.85 am' S.OO pm
Gsa'i Tkt. Aici 1
aiayjAmlTOIWTHTHE GEOQRAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY WIU 0ET
e-NMnE mfOflMATH FROM a 8T00T Of THIS MP OF THf
Clisp, Ml Mi & rait Bj,
Tbe Direct Rout to a;id from Chlc(io, Jolirt, Ottawa
Xn, La Salle, lloline, RxX Island, In ILLINOIS;
tJovenpnrt, MiucatlDe, Oituinwa, Oskaloom, Des
Mnlara, 'Wlnfrart, Acdubon, Ilarlan and Council
atufla. tn IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIS
K1WOTA; Watertown and Woux Falls, In DAKOTA;
tAmcrra, Bt. Jospb and Cansss City, in NISSOCrti
emaba, Lincoln, Falrbury and Nelson, in KEBRASKA ;
AtcMnon, Leavenworth, llortoc, Tnncka, Hulcblnson.
"Wic'tKa, Eellevllle, Abilene, Dodge Oty, Oaldwell, In
KAKHAS; Klngflsber, El Reno ard lllnco. In INDIAN
HERITOR Y; Denver, Colorado Springs and Publo.
In COLORADO. Trermti new areas of rich farming
ar.d grazlnf lands, aflbnlion the but facliiUes of inter
eommnBlcaUon to all towns and cities east and west,
rorthwfst and southwest of CLIcago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS THAWS
irwllng all competitors In splendor of er.ilpment
tstween CHICAttO and DE3 IOINES COlNCJt
BI.rFFS ano OM AITA, and between CTIICAGO and
TOrVER, rOLORADO SPRIXG? and ITEr.LO vis
SAAS CITY and TOPF.KA and via FT. JOr-FPir
I'lrrt-daes Day Coaches, FREE P.ECUKi;:o niAlii
,ARS. ADd I'alace Sleejiers, with Dining Car Prv!r
CVwe connrclinu ot Denver and Colorado Pprlr.ps with
i!'.vtrS:-. railway lines, now fcraing c.e taw si
'M?tlViKS-&aCZY MOUNTAIN POUTS '
Over 7,ii!:h -uprblyqulppod trains run. dully
T7r.0FGIf- Wl-TlWl-T CHANGE- to and from Sjll
lab City, 0?dcr; ir.1 Ban F"incico. THE T!0"
BLAKD is s!-o the r.lrert ann Favorite Line to and
fnm tanltou PilSc't cat and all otlar sanllar7 and
wwle TSsartln.lcitl9nAlniiiiingdiMricUin Colomilo
23AIL Y FASll ttFRESS TRAINS '
, iitfthsaiXjKeK.OtJ to aid from all 1m-
w tsre spwus.i'': arri BTtrnTfr in ?onthem Nebrafea
Cinw ar.J ti,: ;r, :.,in T:rJ.:ory aJso via AlREHl
Ji KCCTE from inMf5tied Chicago tc Wt".
uwn. Fionx Fall AiKSUlRU&lS and Si. rAUL.
3C&ec!;nn for all points north and northwest bclweev
ana tlic Tacilic Coast. .
For Tickets M.ipSjFolders. or desired lnfcrrrauac
. .-jory to any Cotpn Ticket Oct 'tv;ttb United SUtet
CteaJoiaddra jC!$X.-t ' '
L ST. JOHN, JOHN SE3ASTIAfi(
. s ;THE MOLJNIl
STATE SiVINGS BANE.
OBlce Comer Fifteenth street and Third Avtj. t
Snceee'le the Molh e gavincs cam. Ureanlaed 18W
5 PerCKT. MEREST .ilB OS DSPOSiTS. "
Orfan:ad aader State Laws.
Open from 8 a. m. to 8 i in., and Wednetday ao
Saturday nights from7 to 8pm
PsimtB Skiwhib. - President
H. A. Aimswoktb, - - Vice-President
J. F. Hchcnway. - - - C'Atilcr
Porter Skinner, . W. W. Wells,
" C.A.Rose, K. A. Alnsworth,
G. H. Edwards W. H. Adims.
Andrew Krlbe (f, F. Hsmenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for prlvite parties In the earden
spot ol the west by the
Orchard Stato Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W.Dart, P-esident.
J. b. Dabt; Cashi.T.
j ; TtHFERtNCES
Ml'chell A Lvnd3. Rankers
J. F. Robinson, Oastler flock Inland' National-
P. C. Carter, M. D.
llt-nry Dart's Sc ib. Wholesale flrocers .
A. 0. Hit esi m.
ij other timo-tr'.ed ana e,
kcown Firt lnsora
acc Canipatios he fol:ow!ri;
nB. Com.iany ol Y.
ns.Co., Bullalo, S. Y.
n I 'is. Co., Rochost'r. N . I .
of Pittsburgh. Fa.
Weschester Fire I
Bntlaio German I
Oitiiena Ins. Co.,
Son Pi-- Office. 1
L'nloa Inf. Co., c
security Ins. ",' ..
wTnu Fire Ins.
new Hiven, Corn.
mice Ins. On., Milwaukoo. Wu
OfEoe Cor, IS St., aad Socond Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES 6 CLEAVELAND
RcpreseDling over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash asset?.
Fire, Lif3. Tornado-
Bonds ofl Suretyship.
OFFME Rorm SI, Mitchell A Lynde'S block
riork Is'and, Ills.
tSPttecure our ra'es; tlicy will Interes you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tte old Fixe a id Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Your Pat onace is solicited.
R. M, PEARGE,
Hood 33 tn Mild ell A Lyade's new block .
Ta se olovalor.
DR. J, E. KAWTHORXE,
Teeth extract d without puin by the nev
No 1716 Second avenna. over Eroll t Matt'.
DBS. B1CKEL &SCHOEMAKES
Mitchell A Lyndt's Block. Rooms 29-81
jlT'itfKV AT IAW-Omce:in Mitchell tt
LvndeV new bloc i. . ( ' ; s
JAt:KSCJii &. ECUST,
ATTORKKYH AT l AW. Office In Kocfc Ieia d
n..Hiioul Wank It'i Idlnn.ltock Islacd. (11.
TJ. aSrSXKKT. 0. I. VillilH
SWEEXEf ft-WitEH, '''
I TTORKEYS AXI COUESKLLOKS AT LAW
LOace in Bengston s block. Rock iBlami, Ii'..
Hi'EMIiT' &, 'HcEStili',
TTORHBYtJ AT La W Loan money on i.'ooe
t secr;?ity,makeeol;cetioaB, Reference, Mitch.
ellALyndo. bankers. Office In Poctoftira block.
S. V. 01SELL,
4TTORXEY AT L 1 W Formerlv of Port Byron,
and dnrine the two years with the firm of
irownin? A Entrikm at Moline, has now opcnetl
in oflice In the Auditorium buiidluR, room 5, at
C. J. Suable. , , s. W. Seabue. i
I TTOKNEtS and i .'onnsollors st Ij. r,rf sn
.1 llcl tors in Chance; y; office Dtiord'e block,
JAY GOUIDfAS ;A BOY.
ONE. WHOWORKED WITH HIM AS
. ; ; A FELLOW CLERK TALKS.
A Trlbote frona' a Kan Wio Liked Blm
Very Much Wticn Both Were Unmble
(Clerks la a Country Store Yoaag Gould's
Early Love Affkir and How It Ended.
' Jarhts' H. Woolhlser, now 'of Brooklyn,
who worked with Jy Gonld in the general
store ,in liobury, Delaware county, N. Y.,
tells an interesting story of the great finan
cier's lifo in'thetown where Doth were born.
Mr. Woolliiser lived there ftctil a few years
sgo, when he moved to Brooklyn, t
"Jay Gould," said Mr. Woolhiser to a re
porter, "woH-.ed on his father's farm, which
wasultont six miles out of town. lie tended
cuttle. I first Lean! of him when he started
to go to the Ivoxbury high school. lie
walked from his home to the school and
back ajrnin everyday. Ills desire to acquire
a good education was the talk of the town,
and in this way I first hoard of him. lie
was pointed out to me by my father i;s a
model voting tnan. He made but few frientls
among his schoolmates, evidently preferring
to be by himself.
"When I was sixteen years old," contin
ued Mr. Woolhiser, "I wert to work in the
store of J. K. liurnham. You could buy
almost anything from a postage stamp to a
mowing machine in that store. I had been
working there but a short time when one
fine morning I was surprised to see young
Gould enter the store and ask Mr. Burn
bnm for a position. Ho was hired at a
salary of five dollars per week. The fol
lowing Monday morning he went to work
as a clerk and assistant liookkeeper. He
did all kinds of work. Upon several cccit
sions I have seen him sweep the floor of tho
old st ore. He worked hard, and although
always very pkasmit was never very talk
ative. During the leisure time of the day
he would grab a book and begin to study.
"For a loin; lime after he hail been em
ployed he would leave the store as soon us
the day's work was finished and walk
Loine. As time moved on, however, he be
came more friendly, and ia ths evening
after the work was done he would sit with
us around the stove. Those were ha;py
days. We would take turns in telling
stories. We would also eat hard boiled
egg, which we cooked ourselves and
drink ;ider. .lay was not at all backward
in telling stones when it came to his turn
and eon Id drink and eat as much as any of
us. His abstracted air at times led me to
the impression that he had something on
his mind, and one day I asked him if he
had any trouble. He laughed at me.
"I remember quite well un incident that
happened in the store ono day while Jay
was waiting upon a customer and thnt set
tled in my mind what was troubling him.
He was serving a regular customer when
he suddenly stopped while In the act of
wrapping up a bundle and said, 'I don't
think it is i;ny trouble to become a million
aire if one sets out to make himself one.'
The man addressed laughed and said that
he had set out to become a millionaire, but
saw no Lopes of ever arriving at the mark.
Gould did not reply, and the man went out
saying that he would wait patiently for
Gould to become a millionaire,
"Often after that we chaffed Gould about
his statement and asked him what his plans
were for becoming rich.
" 'Why,' replied Gould, it's as easy as
can be. Work hard and don't be foolish.
When you get a little money put it where
it will double itself. Keep doubling all
your money, and the result will bo satisfac
fnctory.' "Btirnhum bad a pretty daughter named
Maria," continued Mr. Woolhiser, "and
Gould had been working in the store but a
short time when he became very attentive
to her. She was a pretty blond, and all the
boys of the town fairly worshiped her, and
when it liecamc generally known that Gould
was calling steadily on her he was envied by
all the young fellows. 1 lo attended a party
wit h her one night and barely escaped get
ting into a fight with one of Miss Burn
"Gould had been working in the store
about two years when Buruhnm was elected
to the legislature, and Jay was left in
charge of the store. While In AJlinny
Bumham received a letter from a man in
Margaretville telling him that some prop
erty in the latter place could ho bonght at
a rwrgain. In some unaccountable way
Gould learned of the bargain and bought
the property himself without telling his
employer a word nltont it. He made the
purchase while Burnham was negotiating
for it. The day that Burnham arrived iu
Roxbury Jay left the store, saying that he
was going fishing. He went direct to Mar
garetvilleand bought the tract of land a
couple of hours before his employer ar
rived at the pbice. When Burnham learned
of Jay's Hct he became angry, and drivinc
back to his store discharged him with but
few words. To hip the climax, Maria
Burnham entered the vtore just as Jay was
about to leave and told him never to call
npon or speak to her ngnin. That was the
beginning of his business career and the
end of his firs love affair.
"Jay knocked about Koxlmry for some
time after his discharge, mid then o.k up
surveying, of which be hud learned a little.
In a few mont hs he Lad surveyed and made
a map of Delaware county and wrote a his
tory of the iuitirent wars. Both the map
and history sold well. Buoyed up by the
success of his work, Jay ricxt published
a map and history of I'Istcr county, lie
next engaged in the cat! le raising industry,
and to save the expense of help he would
drive his cattle to the market, a distance, of
sixty miles. He kept at this for some time,
and then socnml a' position with an en
gineer to survey the Adirondack moun
tains. While in these mountains he met
Colonel I'ratt, with whom he afterward
went into partnership."
-I'roin that time Mr. Woolhiser saw noth
ing more cf Jay Gould unt il he moved to
Brooklyn. New York World.
Tlio Hlvrr Slc.
The Nile l as a fall of six 'inches to the
thousand miKs. The overflow commences
in June every year end continues until Au
gust, attaining an elevation of from twenty
four to twenty-six feet above low water
mark and fiowmg thrnr.rth the valley of
Egypt in a tuvbuh nt Ux)y twelve miles
Wide. During the last thousand years
there has been but one sudden rise of the
Nile, that of lti-0, when S0,(KX) people were
drowned. After the waters lienU' tutb
year the exhalations from Uuj mud ait
simply intolerable to, nil except, natives.
This mud deposit adds about eiht inches
to the soil every century ::nd thro. vs a mud
dy embankment fn.in twelve to sixteen
feet into the sia every year. Minneapolis
- A Practical Turn. ". ,
Mr. SUtnpurse-People say that a young
couple .-can get along very niu-ly nowadays
on a small inconu: if, the er ivifo is pi "a
practical turu of mind, .. . v . , . ,'. .' . ,
Sw.ir. Gjid-OhI'm, real' practical '. My ,
tavorue,. plana; piece is an mutation. -J. tho
pinning WheeX-Ncw York Weekjy.' ' . '
r;rrr. tit m wi i "mgitj ;
I have the beet eo is In the town,
. Whose brad is de'.iclons and white; 1
Her coffee i fragrant and brown, a '
Her pastry a perfect delight.
And sbe daily eompla tie of. the worry they
bring . ,
She', my own da:lir.g wire; bat a Sdrety
Yonr wife Is won out nd necei Er. Tierce, e
Favor te Prese-1pt on, lhe cn'y medicine gnar
teedto core'' tleblllh'stcd women. I7ow many
overworked Americanist a we see with sack
ing eyes and ha2?Br faces, growing old before
their t mc, from those cxhrustlng a lmcnte men
know nothing of They can: be pe ma: enll
cored by thW remedy, a-t numberless grateful
womenwill attest. Price raf undsd, if it fails to
;ve eatiefa cllon in every ease. See pns'Sotri
printed on bottlc-wraoFer. -
American Crowds Are Good Natared.
Someoue has said that the best natured
body in the world is an American crowd.
Those who have any doulitsaboutthe truth
of this statement should make one of the
crowd that gilt her, in Newspaper row any
election night. Packed solidlyjrom School
mid .Milk stt ets to Court and state streets,
it is as im'.ej . n:h :it a body of humanity as
one can anywhere find. The Darwinian
principle of "the survival of the fittest"
prevails as literally as one could wish.
Every one is for himself, and he pushes,
jostles and t. Iks to maintain his standing
place or to gi a better one. Yet despite aU
this every one is in the l)CKt of humor, laughs
as heartily at his own discomfiture as at
that of the fellow at his elbow, and forgives
the man who treads on his toes. Those
who have ever had anything to do with a
French or German crowd will recognize the
difference between those transatlantic
gatherings and the American one. Boston
We authorize our advertised drugpift
to sell Dr. Kiny's New Discovery for
cnr.8urr:pti.'n1 cour,hs tvd colds upon
sl is condition: If ycu are i dieted with
t cough, cr!d t r sny lunu, throat or
cites! trouble, at d Kill usr: this remedy fts
iiirecuri, civirc it. a fair trial, and exper
ience do bent Si. jcu may return the iiot
tle i-nd tsve your raccey relcnded. We
could not make this of!er did we not
know that Dr. King's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never d:s:. points.
T:ia! bcttles free at iltr z & BhnfD's
drugstore. Lsrce s:ze Stic and $1.
Since the first introducioi E!c-ciric
Bitters hfS piiced repid.'y ia popuiur
favor, un'il now it is clearly in the lead
Hmor pure medicinal tonics and altera
tives contaiair.g Lothing which per
mits ils use as a heversre ct intcx-CBnl;
it is recognized as the bct-t and purest
medicire for s!. vi'ments of stoniiCh.
liver or kidDeys It will core sirk hesd.
f.cho, indigeslioD. constipation, and drive
milarit from the y?tem. Satisfaction
gunranteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bot'Jc. Sold by llartz & Bihosen.
liCCTTLBHe ARNICA SAL vs.
The besi salve it the r.rlii tcz caw,
t'ttiiscs, sores, ulcere, as,' t rbcura, ' feve:
jiores, tetter, chapped hands, r.hilblair.f.,
corns Mid a!i ekin eruptions, acd posi
tive! cures piles, or to pr.y required. !
s tniarar-teed to give perfect satisfact. r
r money rofucded. Price 25 w-sts Tr
bos For sl- V.v Bar'? ( rsnhasRS
Written by a Woman.
The one poem most often translated into
every language of the civilized and un
civilized world was written by a woman
the "Ode to Aphrodite," by Sappho. Shake
speare's works have borne the test of but
three, Sappho's have stood through twenty-five
centuries. New York Sun.
To Young Mothers
who are for the first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we effer yon, not
the stupor cused by chloroform, with
rick of death for vourself or your dcsrly
loved and longed-for offsprine, but
"Mother's Friend." a remedy weieh will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains borron and risks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Hartz & Bahnsen.
I Eavi Taken Bev.ral.
Bottles of tiradficld's Female P.egulator
tor falling of the womb and other diseases
combined, of 16 years standing, and I
really believe I am cured entirely, for
which please accept my thank?.
Mrs. W. E. Sturmics. Ridge, Ga
Sold by Hartz & Baseo.
When Baby was sick, we gavw nt-r e astoria.
When tihe was a Chil.l, she cried for Caatoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Costoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
. Lane's Family Medicine moves
tne Dowels each d'ty.Most peoole netd
to use 11.
For beauty, for comf o for m-prove
C)fnt i'.f trie coaipl'XioD e oiiiy
zon'.'s Powder-her is K-'.iins; equal to.
Ghildretv Crj for
Couirhinq leads to conEumption.
Kemp's Bu?satc will c tor the crueh at
once . .
' 40 Mothers'
: . Friend9'
KUKES -CKflD BIRTH EASY.
Colrtn,Xia Dec. 2. 165G. IXy wifa used
UOTHES'S FEXENU taforo her third
confinement, and eaya she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
. , . , DCCiZ HILLS.
Sent by express on receipt c.F pric. (1.50 per bot
tle, book To Motiiers " milieu iiee.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
o saac r u. tioiT. a arAA.vm,no.
' ; ; .! .; o"id bs Cart. A Bataten
toinenre lor Consumption um aiaitm, ard urt rrl.er
in advance-i rap. r- Ton vr'.l S" ia-.,
eae-n.-r ""-" r .';r taking the fi-st dese iiai
WOOD'S PH0SPH00 1 N E,
THE GIlIAT EXGIISH KKMEDY. ,'
Promptly and prma
Ler.tly eure ail forms of
Jiervons Weakness, Kmis
tions, Sperffiatorrhca. Im
potem y and all effects of
abuse or ezcesces: been
prescribed ,.ver 35 years
in thousands of ea-es; is
the only reliable and hnn
Vol ore ami After. eJl medicine known; ask
drngeists for Wood's Ph'Si hodise: if he offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
h e d shonet sUre, ctcl. se price in letter an.l
we will seed by return mail. Price on- ps- kape
$1 ; -ix, ?5; oae will p'e-ee. six will cur ; pam
lei ih pliin scaled envelope, 2 Ma-rp"; adariss
TUB WOOn t:UEMI.Ab CO..
131 Woodward avenue. Detroit Siicn.
Estate of Rob ca VTalfh, Dectfleed.
Tr e ncuersifrrje I having been a 'poiuted exe
cutor of 'he bint will and testament of Rebecca
wlh, late of the eoni.ty of fcock Ishn-i, -of
lllinoi-, deceased, hi-rrhy give notice th h
v.ill aiipear m-fore the connty court of Kock I'land
ronntv, at t'n- r.fflce of the clerk of said c-iirt. in
the city of Rock isltu.d, at the Miroh term on
the first VoiiMKy in March next, at which time
ail pcrsor.s havim; claims at a list said est.te are
notift. d and req ie ted to attend, f-r the purpose
of having the sam arij'i-ted. All tte-sotis in
debted tosairt est ilc are reqnrsted to rofike im
mediate payment to lhe nntlersie'ned.
Daled lino 19lh day of Oe-cemhe', A. T 19,
WILLI AM B. FKTTITT,
Estate of Joseph Kinnan, deceased.
The nndertijmed having been appointcdcxccn
isrol the last will asd testament of Josiph
Rinnan, late of the cotmty of Hock Island,
taie oi Illinois, deceased, hereby ivts nonce
:kat he wi'.l appeir before the cbnnry court of
Kock Island county, at the olHce of the clerk of
aid court, in the citv of Rock Island, at the
Match term, on the f.rst Monday in March next,
st wuich time all persons hivine clsrvms aeair.st
aid estate are nctitied and requested to atie-nd
for the purpose of bavint: ;hc same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estaty are requested to
(rake immediate payment to the nnderslened.
Dated this 1st d:iv of November, A. D. l?9i.
J. S. MATTHEWS, Executor.
DMINISTRATOR i? NOIICE.
E-tate of Dennis Warren, Cereas e 1.
The nnderslffneo havits heen artsil ited a?m!n
lstrat r or tdc e-late of Uer.nis Warren, late
of the conn'y of Fork Irlaed, stare of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby pives i olice that he will
appear before the county court of Ko-k Island
comity, at the offl.-c cf the clerk of srid conrt, in
the city of Rnck Island, at te Msrch tem, on
the first Monilav in March nut, at which tirre
all pers ns hain claims acainst ai.i estate arc
notified an.1 requested to attend, for lhe purpose
of having the tame adinsteti.
All prrsons indehtrd to said estate ire reonns
tedtomaie immediate pa;rner,t to the uncVr
X'atvd this 7th day of Jannary, A. D.
FIIILEllON L. MITc'IISLl., Admmist'ator.
B aho L. UnaATt. ixaiik il. I U'CSD.
RAM MATT & BUFORD.
ATtCniTECr, Kock Islnnd, 111 035ce Koom
41, Milobell A Lynoe builJinir.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Fits and superintendence for all'class ol
ftjomt a acd 55. Mitchell Lynde bniUir.g
Broadway, Cor Prince St.. New York City.
Refitted md renovated under new mtaaement,
on the European pi-n.
Foom rates $1 a day and upward.
Resta'irant equal to the best in the city at mod
Hireet cars from all R. Tt. stations and steam
boat and ferry lnndirp-pa'S the d-xir.
UILDRbifU t ALLEN, Prop s.
J, R, nollowbnsh, V. I, Geo. E, Ilarth. M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBTJSH,
PnYPIOIANS AND ?URGWON3,
- OUce 4('.23rd ft. Telephone lota
Kcsidence rai aist st- - libs
Dr. Burth I l)r, Uollowbusb
S to 10 a. m. 10 to is a. m. '
1 to i and to p. m. I a to 5 Hid 7 to S p.m.
DR. CHAS. IL ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat
-ON LY -
Oflice McCuUouyh Building, IS4 W. SdSt.
DATES TORT. I A.
Honrs: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. V. Mtsbs, M. 1). Geo. W. Wheh-BRM. D
DRS. MYERS & WIIEELER,
S'i:rr anil lHfnie4 or Women
e tllce over Krell M.uh's. To'epbone 1143.
- times hours:
na HTCUS j PR. WBEELSR.
to 12 a. m. Is to 10 a m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 P. m
tes. telephone law. 1 lies, telephone, 11:H. . .
-.' ' AT - '
W. TREFZ & CO.
2011 Fourth Ayenue,
r-irkctfeld a Old Stand.
e.- i. :
OR. BERRYiS SANITARJ
llghtful portion of Chka.-o, Ti
Founded by IW. Berry fortlie skniftil i??
ot wnntover naiuvo tney mav b. ti . "'
Berry hi m.wlf, but thre Is tn a'"'t-VraT1a''l
physiclun, a irattron and skuifui'ilarse.'i
aniiufiiit. i j
Dr. Barry's Tt.pntntlnn as a ,i ,.
trail known in Chicago that th.rKf s
IV references, but f..r th benift
way from Chicago, we refer to the f..-";
t'. REFERENCES TO CURED PATIEITi
Mr. H. CimnlnRham. 639 P. l .Va c. ,
IlL, cored of Catarrh and LVafh.- V; -Arscott,
1103 W. Harrlsnn St cn,,''
Stilt Rheum of the hands aint i,
Roso, Downs, Jtclan Co.. 1.1 c i-m ,.
Catarrh. Ills NWile-Mnnnri "v...V. 4"
ot catarrh. Mr. C. J Mason, of Ks'iMr -; ' l
enred of Nervous Debility. Mrs " Z.: f
Mr. .T.J. Keller. 2Si Warn a Ax..C'W--;'
of Pkln DtEoase (pimples. M"
fiydei, O- eureil of Kervotts i'rtri-.i :
Ciias. Walker. Lyons. Iowa, cue.) ..; -(vzema)
of fi0yars" iluratlon. Mr.. I. Li
KSCourtland St.. Cl.loano, eunii i,r t i
Nearalgia. Mr. M. C. Miirphv. S;;tr ,, . ;
lif bkln Disea.s (salt Ui-um) a: ii t,.y;-. 1
Kothers whose pictures and the M-t-.r?
cases are all pciuied !r Dr. Vrri's t
ChroiUc Diseases. ' 1 '
REFEREKCES TO BUSINESS KEH.
TT. H. Cooler, cf Grepnrv, C.m'pv .t On r
Stock Yards, Clilcnco; .1. T. ltaiorx
Huyler's, 161 St.-.to St.. Clileasw: H:tn-si jf ' "
the Jenney-Gmhara Co.. 102 Ma;ii-. n St i', .
D. S. Morse. Western Sews Co.. i h.,t,:
Chicago; Roliert Ansley. ChlcjienUne'l ira
Intrton St.. Chicago; Riilw rt Loup, ,.f y;.
Held and Co., Waslilngt.m and statn St
.. Welnbenr, Adams, We-tliiki Mirr'v
3o..Ontarloanii Franklin Sls..i liiip,,,.
others, all promltient business ir..-n clci -Kloe
names and statements arp p.vfa'-1-.'
Dr. Berry's book on Chronic Diseases. 6
one. There Ss no charge. "
THE EMINENT CHICAGO SPECIALIST, L
ireats and cures Catarrh, Pkln and Xtnr:
?ases. including Pimples, Freck'u-s, HotcL
r.fceurn. Eczema. Superfluous Hair. Tan -:
fula snd all Skin Diseases; DIs.ips ot&
rHtarrS, Cronciiitls. asthma, Consurr.pCoiiEj
tlsiss o' the Nose. Throat and Lur i..
rtiViieta and Tltalltv. Backaches. H-vi
Weaknesses of Different Orcans NeG-iiiii,
aocaa nf tha I'MnAra and D!'..,.)r, T.... k
Women and all Diseases of the NrVfni
Nervous Debility, Varicocele and all De!crc:j
Dr. It-rrj- Cures Catarrh.
Dr. Berry Cures Skin Disease,
Dr. Berry Cures Nervous Diseastt
Tr. Berry's Chtcnpo offices sr inesWi '
3tato St., CM'.aec, i.nd he maKs a riti
aeek of publishing new cures ot Tiattf-iits. i j
Saturday ?wrrT. AV7rn, Sunday Ju-tiA. K:
For full lnfonr-jitjo rvirilns Nuiarl
i renunenrs, cnarees, era, hiso lor v:. sc.
soon on v-nronic Diseases! address
DR. C. fT. BVESt
IM State St., CtKaE.1
T1 H. THOMAS SO - C:i:
T. H. TH0MxS
tvA7" 4 j . -
'Sl'FAUI.ii!lH ilu.ev -r. -
IsZT? re-rivea. Sml far-. .". ' ,. -1 si
Tt. sintr-t. trr.:.?-tlii of 's-tsi , t
n i6tnil Bidicv.e. writ tt sr.- '
Kliri.Kii.FWi'mi.rni.tlct;.Sl0rr .n- !
f-V2tl0 bowofcrtirAir cr to&j: u.u-.f. - '
sr Ri t r-ai' 1" S-- rt. a f-i. ?I .
Intviii'. pt.ia-, ua.i". ft. ..
iraiiiuwii ti. cure iwnen cum!,;,. i $
forinities,nerTotisdieas thr... ''' J
diseases, akin .ll.eas,., ad thM4
disoasosof womon, diseases nfth 'i
and bladder, and all ctir.-iii'o -.. "' "Whi.
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