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TIlE AiKHJfl, TUESDAY, ZIAKC1T D 1007.
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We have a large line of Bedroom Suites
we know will please you. THE PRICES
103, 105 and 107 East Second Street, DAVENPORT.
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LADIES BLACK UP.
The Minstrel Entertainment a
SHERIDAN CLUB'S - BALL.
BIG STOOI OF TUS TJS000XED.
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WE DONT EXPECT
To sell all the hoes, bat we do sell a great many and natur
ally want to sell many more.
WE DO EXPECT
To sell the best for the money and give the customer so good
satis. faction that he or she will come again.
Is very full and includes everything from the Child's
to the finest and best Lady's or Gentleman's Shoe.
WE WILL BE
again with a nobby line this spring. Watch
1704 Second Ave
You Look Better
In a Hat that becomes you
than one that doei not. It
makes a greater difference
in your appearance than
any other article of apparel
can that Is why It Is im
portant that you should buy
your headgear from us. We
see that you are hatted
properly at a moderate cost.
Sana's mm Jekee C ti thane te a FMma
Eiee nlliiaalir Cala.es mm aterlte rloae
Theeo WM rarUetpateel bm the Fer
foraaaaee. The lady minstrel performance at
Harper's theatre last evening for the
benefit of Bock Island chapter, 269,
Order of the Eastern Star, and under
the direction of Prof. Edwin Rostelle,
of Denver, was a success in all re
spects. There was a large audience
present and all were pleased with
the unique nature of the entertain
ment, while appreciating, too, the
features to which attracted particu
lar merit, it was a minstrel show in
the 'strictest sense of the word, the
gentler sex applying the burnt cork
and becoming the dark particular
stars of the evening, lnere were all
sorts of queer names and title on
the progiam. Madame Belva Lock-
wood, Queen Lil, Polly Proud'
foot, Miss Polly Double Shuffle.
Mrs. Mary E.lea Lease, Susan B.
Anthonv, Dinah Apricot, Melinda
Apple Blossom, Dimple Prarisimo,
Miss ignoramus raderwiski, Madame
Adelina ratti, Madame Potter Pal
mer, Madame Hetty Greene, Madame
Jersey Calve and Miss Li Hung
unang were among tne striking ex
amples of cognomen that adroned
tne Dili 01 tne occasion, lnese, 01
course, were disguises lor tbe actual
names of the participants. Suffice is
it to say that it was a 1 ideal minstrel
entertainment. It would be unfair
to particularize all did so cleverly.
ine leading ladies were Miss Emma
Lamont, as interlocutor, with . Mrs.
A. J. Beiss and Mrs Charles Mc
Hugh as lady end men, and upon
tnem, 01 course, ieii tne ouraea . 01
tbe evening's entertainment, al
though Miss Mattie Jones shared
with them the bits of the evening, her
graceful terpsichorean feats bring
ing down the house. The pickanlu
mes were novel- and funny. The
program embraced songs in the way
ol solos and selections, interspersed
in tne nrst part with numerous ong
inai local raps dv the lady end men
which were heartily relished and ap-
who took ran.
ine laaies wno took part were
Mrs. A. J. Riess, Mrs. Charles - Mc
Hugh, Mrs. W. A. Crubaugh, Mrs
K. Scott, Mrs Ruerer, Mrs. George
ness, Mrs. Minnie Kaneon-tfarker,
Mrs. R. C. Hall, Mrs. H. B. Gillman,
Misses Minnie Jones, Francis Thomp
son, uaisy uampoeu, Manei uamp-
oen, tana nerr, Bessie Bromley,
ciara Harrington, Lulu Harris.
Edith Johnston, Myrtle Yerbury,
may voik, Mattie Jones, JNeiiie Kra
mer. Viva Ostrum, Edna Collier,
Grace Custer, Annie Levev, Clara
Hass, May Lamont, Sadie Taylor.
Mae ox, Liuiu W8D0, Ella bawler
Annie Bixby, Agnes Bixby, Hattie
Peppera, Hattie Eberhart, Annie
Lamoert, Catharine Gumore, Acmes
Gilmore, Jessie Han Ine; ton, Maud
Bennett, Sara Mcllvain.
The pickaninnies were: Edna
Alters, Edna Fuller, Dolly McHugh
Linda Kinyon, Gertie l arse, Hattie
Pratt, Sadie Strawhorn. Ruby Chan
non, Susie Johnston. Grace Tat lor
Back From toe Grave
We cannot come, bat we ran often etsyrcur pio-
greaa thither. Disease, Ilk everrthlnij cite,
most nave a b .-ginning. All ehrjnle ma'adlet
tend tt shorten lite, anl render it a bdccIcb of
martyrdom wMle they last. Malaria, kidney
complaint, chioaic indigestion, rheumatism -all
have mall beginning, aid may be t tared at tbe
outset with Ho.tetterf Stomach Bitten. Ibis
excellent totlc and alterative U adiptel alike
to the prevention of disorders of the system and
to their removal, and its earl use cannot be too
strongly advocate). To renew appetite and in
sure tranqoii rest, there is no snrar and pleas-
aster mum thin ths Bitters. The effects of
overwork and exhaustion, mental orDhrsisai.
are counteracted by it, and the bnsy merchant.
tbe tirtd eieik or operative, and tbe brain
weary student, anchor or newspaper man, derive
from It present relief and fntare energy.
ALL ALONG THE LINE AT
-BYRNE8 & CO.'Q
In order to clear op the Fall and Winter business, a sweeping
reduction has been made. Call early. BYRNES 4 CO.
Foeteflloe Building; Proposals.
Treasury Department, Office Su
pervising Architect. Washington
v. j. xeo. zo, io 4 sealed pro
posals will be receive at this office
until 2 o'clock p. m., On the 24th day
of March, 1897. and opened immed
iately thereafter, for all the material
and labor required for the comple
tion 01 tne interior nuisn 01 tne third
or attio story of the U. S. postoffice
building at bock island, ill., in ac
cordance with the drawings and
specifications, copies of which may
be had at this office or at the office
of the custodian at Bock Island, 111.
Each bid must be accompanied by
certified check for a sum not less
than 2 per cent of the amonnt of the
proposal. Tne right is reserved to
reject any or all bids and to waive
any defect or informality in any b
should it be deemed in the interest
of tha government to do so. All
proposals received after time' stated
will be returned to the bidders.
William Martin Aikem.
SEARS AND THE TOWER4.
Mams Maskew Folks Iaetnlee be TsipHifcs
Two hundred couples of the Sheri
dan club and their friends oat terp
sichorean capers behind false faces
at Industrial Home hall last evening.
Eight hundred invitations had been
issued by the club, which was as
sisted by Misses came tnepnenson,
Lottie RosenSeld, Agnes Rank, Clara
Smith, Mae Roche, Eva Smith, Mol
lie McEniry and Margaret Maroney.
The guests began to arrive as early
as 8 o'ciook. xiiey were received in
the club rooms by a committee and
provided with the credentials neces
sary to pass them into the ball room.
where a.l wno took part in tne iea.
tivitiea were in full mask.
The costumes, especially those of
the ladies, were beautiful, and em
bodied a variety of neat and unique
ideas in manner of dress. Nearly
every character imaginable was rep
resented. Even Hvengalia and Tril
by were there. These were imper
sonated very truthfully by Agon
von Koeckrlts and Mrs. Nellie Fur-
gouronsse, of Chicago. Among the
ladies with more striking costumes
were: Mrs. John Stengel, who rep
resented Little Red Riding Hood;
Misses Katharine Brennan and Kath
arine Normoyle, flower girls; Misses
Grace Stephenson and Betty E. Ben
son, lackeys; Miss Margaret Mar
oney, Grecian girl; Miss Josephine
KDChe, milk maid; Miss Nellie Allen,
doll; Miss Lottie Rosenfield, night;
Miss Lucie McGuinn, sunflower; Miss
Eckhart, sunflower; Miss Jennie
Hurd, winter girl; Miss Mollie Mc
Eniry, gypsy; Miss Coffey, goddess
ot liberty; Mrs. John Kelly, Des
Moines, gold; Mrs. G YV. Wynes,
ujvenp'rt, biiver; miss Livdia Harri
son and Mrs. Frank Harrison, Daven
port, Dollv Varden; Mies Fannie
Gundaker, Davenport, lopsy; Miss
Delia Keassy, sunnier girl. .
crank Woody att and T. J. Murray
impersonated tne gentler sex, the
former as a Gypsy girl and Mr. Mar
ray as a school mic. Percy Scott
was a Dago with a grind organ. Jee
Tuckis was the monkey. Willis
Mitchell was a graceful old lady,
Tim Collins was there with his red
gallways. plug hat and Hibernian
scan. James Dunn wore a rich
George Washington costume. There
were many other pretty outfits
Masks were removed shortly after 11
o'clock. The , time for unmasking
had been kept secret and when the
announcement was made from the
platform it occasioned no little sur
prise. Many a nearly laugn was
caused by the revelations, and it was
nearly an hour before the guests bad
recovered sufficiently to resume the
Utto's orchestra furnished the mu
sic. At midnight luncheon was
served by Caterer Arndt.
The Twn Baas Mve tea Bat! way Ceaa-
TheSeara town board atlta aaet-
ing last evening rescinded its fanner
action with reference to the Tri-City
Railway company end the Tower
privileges, and . exempted the com
pany from ail lioenaea of whatsoever
nature that the town board asay con
trol for a period of five years. The
object is doubtless to encourage the
company to rebuild the Tower pavil
ion, bnt how the company will view
the proposition remains to be mil
The public will hope to see any
adjustment ot the difficulty there
that would insure the rebuilding of
the beautiful building.
BomectiUic to Know.
It may be worth something to
know that the very best medicine for
restoring tbe tired out nervous sys
tem to a healthy vigor is Electric
Bitters. - This medicine is purely
vegetable, acts by giving tone to the
nerve centers in tbe stomach, gently
stimulates the Liver and Kidneys,
and aids these organs in throwing off
impurities in the blood. Electric
Bitters improves the appetite, aids
digestion, and is pronounced by
those who have tried it as the very
best blood purifier ond nerve tonic.
Try it. Sold for 50 cents or $1 per
bottle at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
"tmm Fatal care.'
The famous, melodrama, "The Fa
tal Card," which will be presented
at the Burtis opera house next Thurs
day evening, March 4, with all the
magnificent stage settings and scenic
environment which characterized the
production in all the principal
cities anting tbe past two years,
is a melodrama of exceeding powers,
of intense dramatic strength, and
somewhat tragic situations, relieved
by a vein of timely refreshing com
It presents opportunities of real
ism that cannot but be felt by the
most phlegmatic audience, and it is
sate to say that all amusement pa
trons who delight to have their
thrills of excitement iudiciously
mixed with ripples of laughter will
welcome tne coming of this attrac
The man with a weight on his leg
can't hope to win in the race A
man with a weight on his health
can't expect to compete in life and
business with those who are not
handicapped. If his brain is heavy
and his blood sluggish, because of
constipation, he will not succeed in
doing anything very well. Consti
pation is the cause of nine-tenths of
all sickness. Symptoms of it are
sallowness, listle'ssnesf, poor appe
tite, oao taste in the mouth, dizzi
ness, biliousness and lassitude. Con
sti pation can be cured easily and
certainly by the use of Dr Pierce
Pleasant Pellets. They are not
all violent in their action, and yet
tney are more certain than many
medicines which are so strong that
they put the system all out of order.
The great advantage of the "Plea!
ant Pellets' is that they enre permanently.
bend 21 one-cent stamps to cover
csst of mailing only, and get his
preat book. The People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser, absolutely
free. Address World's Dispensary
ueotcax Associat on, C63 Main street.
BnffaUo. N. T.
Iw then, beys, bastld
Ma. SiS-Shonea ffs can.
fcreewtritice (lone or short)
peter shell extractor. Leoath of harrri Si inches,
miM IIU UO MM
rnltd, btaed bantts. ottod walnut stock, pistol rtp,
fcl POliK AM) HEAXN, BwwmmnA wit T
iutltul and MTvtombwt nun aen) VKtC express prepaid lor ISA) chef trade
19c ai.d sue cans ut V A.l 11 .Hf-H BOSTON
Save labels at txm. rour aunu and frienls intcrmted, other bo tuheln rrjo cullrrt thw.
neip a0 when run arrives. nte na and we wiM teQ ra how to sell bnua to all rbe
' STiTtUS "V lr rn. I t cr wat aeUver all tbe beaai o aell lor Lha
ut retaadtna;. harto BBshol with all the tora and predskia ot a Klobeit rifle and with mach leas expense
to- ammunition. It is a (amine pMnt rrip and a bcantjr. Makes stias cata ship the u is
tat ti u ablMuaia sparrow, and that yellow due aay, agw hs did jaawl
VAIf CAIIP PACKHXG CO.
Oatwst ta a Day.
Mystio Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia radically cures in one
to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mysterious.
Is removes at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1601 Second
avenue, druggist. Rock Island; Gnat
Sahlegel t Son, West Second street,
Davenport. . '-
When bilious or costive eat n Cas
earet, candy cathartic, enre guaran
teed, 10 cents, 25 cents.
Ma as Aa
Master in Ckanoery Parmenter
sold at -auction yesterday afternoon
tne tt. w. nneeiocK one-naif Interest
in the first story of the library build
ing on Fifteenth atreet, Moline.
rrank w. Uouid. representing the
library board, bid it in at $1,978.
This property was sold last year, the
KepuDiiean-wOurnai says, and was
bid in by tne board at 12 600. It
afterward developed that a half in
terest of Miss Flint had not been in
cluded in the sale and it refused to
take the property. Hence this
ond sale. The piece of real estate
known as the Down property, next
Colberg's scond hand store, was
sold to George Timmerman for
Catton was defeated by McLaugh
lin in the billiard tournament at
Pittsburg last night, the soore stand
ing 400 to SSI. Catton's highest run
was 41, while that of his opponent
was 78. Before the opening ot the
game money went begging at 2 to
on Catton, who proved to be in very
poor condition, .however, when be
began handling the balls, while Mc
Laughlin was in fine form and had
excellent eontrol. I -
Andrew Grace, arrested by Officer
Miller, was fined 5 and costs for
drunkenness. He paid.
M. W. Battles' carpenter shop at
729 Seventeenth street was robbed of
a number of tools last night.
Charles Williams and Ada Downs,
arrested at the Gordon hotel, were
charged with illegal cohabitation, in
the police oonrt. They were held to
the circuit in 400 bonds each
A man the worse for n iag of
liquor attempted to board a street
car on Second avenue last night
His feet missed the step, but he held
on and was drsgged nearly n block
before he let loose. He waa consid
erably bruised up, but was able to
gather himself together and go
The old man who looks ont at the
world with clear and healthy eyes
cannot help feeling great gratifica
tion at tne thought tbat bis children
nave inherited from him no weak
ness nor tendency to disease. The
healthy old man ia the man who has
throughout hia life kept his digestion
good and his blood pure. Not one in
a tnonsana aoes ao it. uerms go
through the healthy body without
effect. Let them onoe find lodgment.
or let them find a weak spot, they
will develop by the million, - and the
blood will be full of them. Instead
of giving strength to the tissues.
win force upon them innutritions
matter, and the man will lose flash
and the more susceptible he is
disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal discovery is the only medicine
tnat absolutely ana Infallibly cures
all blood diseases, and almost all dis
eases are blood diseases. It isn't
medicine for some one particular so
called disease. It is a medicine for
the whole body. It forces out all the
germs of disease, and replaoes im
purities with rioh, red blood.
To whom it may concern: Not'ce
is hereby given that the copartner
ship heretofore existing between
William Hoeft and Herman Detjens
unoer the arm name oi Hoeit
uetiens, bas been dissolved by mu
tual consent. The business will be
conducted by Mr. Detjens, who will
collect all outstanding accounts and
assume au uaDiiiuea.
Rock Island. 111.. Feb 1. 1897.
PUaal Piknai Fuea.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcetated
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acts as a poultioe, giving instant re
lief. Dr. WIUiamsrIndian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
noming eise. fevery box is guaran
teed Sold by druggists or sent by
i, . en . . . .
mnii tor uv cenie ana fl per box
Williams M'i'o Co., Props , Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug-
If yon want to quit tobacco using
easuy ana forever, be ana well,
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bae. the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ton pounds in tea days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bae
from your own druggist, who
guarantee a enre. Booklets and sam
Km mailed free. Addres Sterling
medy company, Chicago or New
R-xsk Island Chapter 269. Order
of Eastern 8 tar. desire to express its
sincere thanks to all the ladies of the
community and others who so kindly
was uwn aia in last evening's en
tertainment. Order of Committee.
A. A A A A A A U A ' A A
ata mate si ah sisli at a 9
TUH OLTCl AGA2ICJLI I
For July, 1896, says:
A very large class of brtellieent and right-thinking
people throughout the world are ready to testify
to the nutritive properties of Waltek Bakes &
Company's Breakfast Cocoa. The food value of this
article has so Ion been known to Dhrsicians and the
public that it has become in a great many homes a I
staple article of the dietary, not only for invalids, but
far nM"eswie n twltf, vTI w Jf.
Consumers should ask for, and be sure that
they get, the genuine Walter Baker 8c Co.s goods, 9
made at jjorchester, Mass.,
WALTER BAKER at CO.
'ft f V
Ltd.. Dorcfsester, Mass.
Uxpts The DmecTWN Or OiMawtLiN Kindt IcCa.
Thursday Evening, March 4
The Drama of Thrills." .
The Fatal Card
With its Wealth of Massive Scenery.
txciting episodes. Startling
Fffects, Powerful Cast.
Presented ia the same migaifleeat Bjaaaer as
characterize ta prodocttoa ia Sew Tork SM
ois'.te. A eoapleta ear load of acantrj carried.
Over SO pee 1 In the cast.
Prices-Si. Tie, SOc and SSe,
Sale of seats at r Intel's TaeeJay eratoa-.
Telephone SO. Street canto Bock Island after
Ma of she last will aaa wwuaeeate.
na, lata of toe eoaatf of Bock 1
that she will appear before the eoeaty coat of
Bock Ialaad eoanty, at the oSka of tho eteti of
aald eoart. ia taa city of Bock Ialaad, at the
apru vmm. oa toe an Moaaay ta AarO
aaakat which tuae an psrsoaa aaelaf elaaaS
afalBMeald estate araaotiaedaad rsqaeoted to
attend for las surpsts of haviag the ai ad
Joatod. AH poraoos tadebte4 as esidostato ere ro-
aeatod te ajake tatawdlau DaraMatto the aa-
Bcrtis 0;:ra H03S3,
Friday Evening, March 5.
Tbe Blf Bnnch of Wtrrimerit thtt "apreaM
Pbb Creator, PETER r. DAILST,
ia tbe conii icons laac a.
"A Good Thins"
lust for Fun.
Sapportcdbr Flora Iiwic, Jaawi Ktlley. Ollls
Btnaar, tharles 9 Btiiig. DeUa Stacy, WiM
Barry, Jr. rattle Slcbola, the Aawrlcan Oomedr
Qaartette and others, and tbe Great Dailey Coat
edy CoBpasy, eric ad eat and prodacioa.
which tea in Sew York two aonlba. Bostoa four
weeks. Philadelphia three weeks, sad aaanl
Booal; declared to be the snpreaie coasedy bit of
ISM ud lBST.
ran niaklBC Is an art and Mr DaOer a Saished
artist Mew Y rk World.
Prices SB. 100, TSe and $1. Soata on sals at
Plnke'e Wedaesdar Telepsoae SO. stroot cars
after the performance.
AdmtniatratoTe Not loo.
Of Aadrew Pearson, I
Dated this 1Mb dar of Peanarr. A. D.' tfejl
Clska P taaoa, AdaiSstotnlrbt.
JacksoH A Boast; Attomejs.
STATE OP ITXISOra. I
Book Iaiaao Corarr, (" ..
To Msry Donshoo, Anais Doaehoe. Deaia Byaa
nuu uie iuwwi vauoia ana au ocaere Base
Yoe ere berebv notified tbat rba fallaanaa kra
and lands to-witt Tbe aH bait (Hi of lot oae
(1) la block terea (TI la 1 boat on Wells' aa
diiloa to tbe cltT at Bark Iflned, eltested la the
county of Rock Ilen4 aa" ataa of liiltioia, ao
smwedta Dennis Siraa. was sold to Wllllaa ato
Entry si tbeenontyeolloctors tax sale on irnmt
tin. ISM, (or taaea apna eaouats due lbs etabi of
Illinois, roomy ox Hoca uiane sna city or aook
Irlano. for the year IdM. a asioinrod ay awe
certala rertjSratr, aad tbat the eodereifnad t.
BL Tnaoe ta the Wyal MirjiM SIS owner Of the
ssd ceniSeatr. and tbat tbe slaw of rooaweAbai
irom aaui sale Wllicsp ra oa tbe T.h day of Jane.
A.D.lWf. JimtH Toasv. T
ataa. auv ijurca. ,
Own roar Ova Uomt aad Burnt It aswrri,
Insurance and Lu-u
mow , Mttoneu
Tienh r. 1009.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty exoelled by none. This
stone does not wash or eolor the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans neat
as tor estimates will reeotre
eareful attenUon and be retaraed
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries IS BUleettoai
Ialaad oa tbe C. B. Q. ft. B.
Trains Hos. and 10 wUl stop
ead let rial tors of aad oa.
ttsns Cfry tlza tostrs.
Biesot Haoae eea Pkoeoeet
BnUd'nn ana be asea at Boom
Ho 13. Mitehell Lynda's balU
As na honest remedy Foley's Hjaev
aad Tar doea not bold ont false
hopes in advanced stages, bat truth
fully claims to give comfort and re
lief 'in the very worst eases, aad la
the early stages to effect a cure.
jSold by U. F. Baaasaa.
Artbor Dtirrall. maoasrer.
Rock Itlanrl or Colons, til.
STATB or nxisom,
Rocm Islajtb Oo tnrrT. I
la the circuit court la eaanecrv. rim ill
(easral No. SUM
Maneaeld M. aaqreoa vs. Patrick t)ret Bos
Notice Is hereby rlsee that br rMa nf a da.
cree of said conn, entered ia tho above ea titled
caare, oa tM lmu day of January. A. D 187,
I ball, on Saturday, the Utb oar of March.
A. D 18ST. at the hour of I o'clock In the afle.
Boon, at the front door of lbs court hoaaa. ta tha
eity of Rwk Island, ia said eounty of Rock Ulaad,
bs eattsry said decree, sell a public reads- na
tbe bif beat and best bidder for cash in band, those
certain parcels of land, eitaate ra the eoeaty of
Book Iaiaad and etato of Iltinota, known aaa aa
acHbod as follows, t-wit:
Tb- andivdd one-arUi part of tobt cos (1) aad
two (tl a block elffhleea (IB) ard the nadlTioed
ene-nrth pert of the enath oe hand ed aad thirty
(ll foei of lot ten 10' la blooh nam nor tfclr
teea (18). ell In epeacer A CBseo aaditloa te the
city of Bock Island.
Dated at Mock I-laod, rilnoia, tha) let day of
Februsry. A. D-, 117. Ei wm a Fiaasimm.
Master tn Chancery. Bock Island uoarrty, fQ.
O. a. aUwaaiA, uwdalaaat's Hollcttnt.
Nottoe of Sale of Real Estate.
stats up Illinois.
Boon UianOoDirrT. I J
By airtaa of a decretal order ef tbe ssaals
court ef said eonntv entered a the Pebrnery
term, A. D. IS7, of said court, oa the ee Moaet
Andrew W. McDonnell, raardlaa ef MetaW M,
McUonnell, Lanra . McConaell. Maa B B.
Oonoell end Hartley a Mcoonnell, ada aa, e
sell 'be real estate hereinafter described, hiliss
Inctothrm I shall, on Wednwday, the third
day of Marrh. a. O . lMrT. at tha soeth aaaref
tha court hoase. in tha clt of Bnek l,l.s
conaty of Bock Ialaad and state of IlOrxrta. ai
the hour of t o'oloc -In the arteraona, of aaM
day. aell all the tigliU title, claim and latere of
said minors, la and so ihe follow rns; deeerlSsd
real ornate, eitaate ta tbe eoaaty of Bock Ialaad
and state of nilanla. to-wti s
Tbe west oae half of tho north nest as
Tf i"s mion tief. aaa tae nastc
(Ml of tbe north-esM a Darter iUi of
sernteee(17), all ta township sixteen Of). Berth
range two ta;, weai or taa loarta (Stb) a
dsal Brerleiaa. aontainiac oae buadred
auty is ! anrea.
ra d sale will be mads at public sirrtloe
the hl(best aaa ben Mode, for ceh ta head.
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jumai or eaia I
dACKsoa m Hvarr. Attoraoys.
trtet aad well known tIaewT
seas Ckwananke tba'foUowmc:
tat all Tlllbisa "
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Mew Baarpahrre ... ,
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Mew Baron. Ooaa
Le3 Prtiptly Tzll
IVhilo Seal caloon
1C15 Ceooad Areas.