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Jlorris looked sharply upfom under
"What do yon mean? What men
would have any occasion to cress the pa
rade but the infantry?"
I mean, in all resject, sir, that there
may be men, or at loast a man, who hav
ing no occasion to cross the parade will
do bo simply for t'.ie sake of making
tronble. In plain words, a cavalryman,
The adjutant, sitting at hia desk,
dropped his ixni and looked q iickly np,
aud the sergeant major, gains out with
a bundle of papers, found met.na to hilt
at the ofiice door, as though to hear what
might follow. Mr. Mason, the adjutant,
turned quietly, cangrht the sergeant ma
jor's eye m:i pave a quick but express
ive jerk of the head in the d.rection of
t he outer rrv ra. The wrjeant riajor took
the hint and vanished
Tut the cl-rks had heard the corporal's
intimation that some troojier was con
nected wit'i the tranjrression for which
the ball pliyin? quartot were confined.
The dixr v, as immcdiatoly closed, leav
ing them to draw their own inferences
an 1 uir.k.' their own comments. They
did not hi ar the colonel's next remark:
"If any man in the cavalry i j guilty in
this mat ter there is only one w horn I can
suspect. Can yon name him?"
Corp. Brent flushed ajjain, lint finally
replied, 4,I beg the colonel not to ask me
to answer, when, as I s:iid before, I have
no proof whatever."
Col. Morris turned and pandered a
moment. Finally lie whirled about in
his revolving chair:
"Corp. Iireut, if these four men were
of my own regiment I would certain
ly refuse your request. As matters
stand I will not spoil frh. char. era of the
Rifle nin. They will thtrefore be
turned over to you to take th-ir part in
the game, and to-morrow must stand
their trir.l before the garrison court."
And wL.-a Corp. Brent left the office,
infinitely n joiced, the colonel turned
to his staff oSieer:
"Where do yon suppose the recruiting
officers picked up a fellow liko that? lie
has the language of an educated man."
"He was enlisted in New York," was
the reply, "and I have frequently noted
him on guard. They tell me he has more
influence over the men in bin battalion
than an j- other non-commissioned officer,
and I aizi glad he has promised that there
will be no mure of this night business."
And yet, two days afterward, the
colonel sent for Corp. Brent to say that
th agreement was being violated. Three
soldiers had lneu seen runr.m r from the
southwest gate across the jarado the
night bcoro. The sentry had been
taken off on the strength of the arrange
ment; the Rifle nine had won the game
amidst great enthusiasm, and there was
a libenil transfer of treasury notes in
consequence. The infantry and many
of the cavalrymen were rejoi jing in un
accustomed wealth between pay days,
and applications for passes to visit town
had been of unusual number. The four
culprits had pleaded guilty to their of
fense and been awarded some light fine.
The "dough boys," fully appreciating
the colonel's consideration in the matter,
as fully meant to stand by their promise
to Brent It was with not a lit tie feeling,
therefore, that they received the news
that the compact was violated.
That Saturday evening, in some mys
terious way, Corp. Mullen of the guard
sprained his wrist just after tattoo, and
though Brent was not the next man on
the rostor, with the adjutant's full con
sent he appeared armed and equipped at
the guard house and reported for duty as
Mullen's successor in charge of the sec
ond relief. Ksamining the 1 st of men
absent on pass, he made ment al note of
two in his own battalion and l3oked visi
bly disappointed when ho scanned the
cavalry names. It had leen ordered
that all men returning from pass should
report at the guard house, lea e their pa-1
Iters with the officer of the guard and
then return to their quarter those of
the infantry battalion passing around
outside the officers' houses, those of the
cavalry entering their barra. :ks by the
rear steps at once. j
Three days of sunshine and breeze had
dried the ground so that the pc ths around
the post were in perfect order, and, ex
cept that it made their walk longer by
some two hundred paces, thore was no
discomfort in olieying the order. The
first batch of returning soldiers appeared
about half -past 11, surrendered their
passes and went quietly away to their
barracks. Another squad appeared
about ten minutes later, but there was
still no sign of the two whose names
Brent had noted and whose pass expired
at midnight. It was then tha;, the young
soldier, with the permission of the officer
of the guard, strode quickly over to the
southwest gate, a hundred yards away.
From here he noted the lispersal of
the little party that had been spending
the evening at the colonel's; here he had
straightened up, and standing under the
tamp post tendered his soldierly salute
to Capt. and Mrs. Lane as tht y passed in
front of him, repeating it an instant
after when a young lady, with dark,
sparkling eyes, looked him qiickly over
as she tripped by on the arm of her es
cort, and while the latter held open the
gate of the brick quarters at the corner,
almost within earshot, she inquired:
"Who is that infantry coi-poral, Mr.
"That? Oh, you didn't get here in
time for the ball game. Mist Marshall,
or you wouldn't have asked. That's
Corp. Brent, captain of the Eifle nine."
"Can't we persuade you t come in a
few minutes, Mr. Hearn?" called Mrs.
Lane, in her sweet, cordial voice.
"Yes, do come, Hearn," chi med in the
captain, ever ready to second his wife's
The lieutenant hesitated an instant
and glanced the girl who had just
stepped within the gate, but as she said
nothing that seemed in any way press
ing he rai.sed his forage cap, and pleas
antly declining bade them jood night
and went briskly away. Ojiening her
window five minutes later t close the
outer blinds Miss Marshall glanced down
from above the piazza roof a: id saw the
corporal of the guard still standing there
under the lamp, apparently waiting.
He looked quickly up at so and of the
creaking shutter, then turned aside.
The. next moment, before she could
fasten the blind, the sentry at the guard
houae sung out, "Number 1, 12 o'clock."
The coporal leaned his rifle against the
fence, quickly extinguished the lamp,
and all in front of the quarters was dark
ness. Down at the guard house she could
see the bleary light of the oil lamp and
the dim form of the sentry pacing to and
fro; she stood there by the window
straining her ears for the watch call of
the distant sentries far over by the hay
stacks and wood yard, then nodded her
head approvingly at the soldierly riDg in
the voice of No. las he sung out the
final "all's well." Peering through the
shutters, she was wondering what hail
become of the corporal, when the latch
of their gate clicked; the rusty hinges
gave a sudden squeak; there was a rattle
as of a falling riflo, a muttered ej.icula
tion; she could just dimly make out a
shadowy form stooping to pick np the
gun, and then cautiously reclosing the
gate. Then, instead of moving away,
there it stood, leaning against the fence.
Evidently Corp. Brent had business
there and had come to stay. Instantly
she bethought her of the talk she had
heard among the officers aliont the colo
nel's order prohibiting the men from
crossing the parade, of the implied prom
ise that no more violations shonlu occur
in recognition of the colonel's having re
leased the quartet of roystrers in time
for the great match game, and of the al
leged violation of this contract. She
was a youag woman of quick perception:
Brent had evidently posted himself there
to capture the malefactors should they
(Quarter of an hoar passed without the
faiutest sound from without. She heard
Capt. Inane extinguishing the lamps in
the parlor below, and Mrs. Lane had
come tripping up to her door to say
good night, but seeing that her guest
was writing refrained from coming
rartner, tnougn Miss Marshall promptly
laid aside her pen and diary and cor
dially bade her enter. All was quiet
within aud without, and she was just
about pulling down the. shade when.
peeping through the blinds, she saw the
dark shadowy form at the fence move
quickly, stealthily into the road. The
next moment there came the stern, low
toned rhall e-e:
"Halt, you men!"
There was an instant scurry and rush;
a muttered oath; two shadowy forms
darted out by the gate, and at top speed
their flying footsteps could be dimly
heard rushing tiptoe around to the back
of the garrison. But there was no pur
suit. One man evidently had stood hia
"Where are you going?" was Brent's
question, in the same low, stern tone.
"To my quarters," was the answer, in
accents that were plainly defiant. "Who
are yon, and what business is it of
I am the corporal of the guard, and
you are disobeying orders in entering
the garrison. Faco about and go with
me to the guard house.
"You can't arrest me, by God! I'm
going right to. my quarters. Tm not
going to cross the parade."
"That will do. Face about!" Brent's
voice was heard. "You know perfectly
well that you disobeyed ordera in enter
ing that gate. What's your name anl
"None of j'our damned business. I'm
'tending to my affairs; you 'tend to
"I am, and I arrest you, whoever 3-011
are. Not another word, now, unless you
want me to uso force. "
"Don't you dare lay a hand on me,
damn 3-ou! I don't recognizo your au
thority. You're not corporal of the
guard; I saw who marched on guard
this morning, and you were not one of
them. Get or.t of ray way or I'll"
Then came 6ulden scuffle, an oath, a
gasping cry. One man could bo heard
running with lightning speed to the
gloomy outlines of the cavalry barracks
close at hand; another seemed to dash in
pursuit. Then came the sound of a stun
ning blow, the crash of a rifle upon the
gravelly road, a heavy fall, a moan
(To be continued.)
It Coninmpton InearabH.
Rfarl the fnllnwintr; Mr. C! TT Mm
rifl. Nptcarb Ark baits- "Was rinnrn
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
pnysicians pronounced me an incurable
Conaumntive. Reran tnkincr Tr fvinw's
New Discovery for Consumption, im
now on my inira Dottle, and able to over
Bee the work on my farm. It is the finest
medicine ever made."
Jesse MiddlewarL Decatur. Oh in
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New
Discoverv for Conaum
died of lung troubles. Was given up by
uocku-s. Am now to best of health
Try it. Sample bottles free at Hartz
Bahnsen 0 drug store.
This remedy is becoming bo well known
and so popular as to need no special men
ties. All who have used Electric Bitten
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that ia claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases ef the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure
all Malarial fevers. For cure of head
ache, constipation and indigestion try
Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded. Price 50
cents and $1.00 per bottle at Hartz &
Bahnsen s drug store.
BUCKXZIT'S ARNICA SALVB.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
coma and ail skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
b guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. i or sale tv Haru & Uacnsen.
"Long, long be my bean with such
memories nlled, he remarked aa he con
eluded the painful account of hia suffering
by adding with a smile of ineffable de
light: " 'Twas Salvation Oil that did the
work of cure, and it only coat me a quar
BeafrMi raanot be Cnrad
local applications, aa they cannot reach
( diseased unninn nf thh rr Th....
. U ' 4 V
only one way to cure deafneaa. and that
by constitutional remedies Deafness
Caused hv an inflam.-H fvtnriitin
mocoua lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rnmbllntr sound or imnerfert hptrinir
when it ia entirely closed, deafnesa is the
reauii, ana unless the Inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever: sine cases out nf tn r
caused by catarrh,' which is nothing but
X- a .... - . "
u iuuuscu concuion 01 tne mucous
We Will oive fine hundred Hollars tnr
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
(hat we cannot cure by taking Hall's Ca-
iarrn tjure. Hnd tor circulars, Tree
Sold by driiggitts, 75c.
if . J. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O.
Though a man mav not like business
he should act business-like.
Catarrh in Haw England-
Elv'a Cream Balm rivea satiafsrtinn tn
every one using it for catarrhal troubles.
u. k. siellor, Druggist, Worcester,
I believe El v's Cream Rnlm ia the rieat
article for catarrh ever offered the nutilir.
Bush & Co., Druggists, Worcester,
An article of real merit. C. P. Alden.
Druegist, Springfield. Mbs.
Those who nse it apeak highly of it.
Oeo. A. Hill, Drugeiat, Springfield, Mass.
Cream Balm baa civen satinfaninrv re
olts. W. P. Draper. Druggist, Spr.ng-
ubia, si ass.
The man who can't sin? and has a
baby is is usually made to sing
There is no danger of a cold resulting
in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
remedy is used aa directed "for a severe
cold." It effectually counteracts and
arrests anr IptlHrnt nf r-tlil In result
in pneumonia. This fact was fully prov
en in mousan :s 01 cases aunng tne epi
aemic 01 inunenza last winter, iror sale
by Ham & Bahasen.
EIcSc Eeaiwhoaca r.;liov a'.l tho tremble lacf
dent to bilious BUIeof tho syHtam. such as
Dtzzincsn, Ktuwa, ln-owrtueBfl. Iluitrmii altes
Citing, l'itin in tha Kiiie, Lo. Whilo tUuir rauat
xamuk&lu Bucceoa liua boos shown in cunsg
Ho&Sacbe. ynt Carter's Iittlo Uvar PRfl ais
equally raluoble in Oonstipounn. curing ami pra
ventiiig tiiiaanuoyinfz complaint. iv liitotlieyalAO
correct all diAorUerMoi tbaBtonuuhitiniulatatni
liver and resolute tlie bowels. Lron if the? oul?
'Aihothey wrmUbomlmostprioolemtn thane
'Boffcr from this liiitrcilnK complaint; butfnrto
XiatalythelrpnodnewKlxca noV;ad honand tkaHa)
Whooncetry them will And tneeo lUUo pill Talrv
able in no many ways that luey will not bo wit.
Xagto do without thorn. But attar allair he4
ils the bane of wo many Urea that hem In vthatn
' w make oar great bona t. Our piUacureit wtiilA
Ctlicrs do not.
Carter's Littla Lirer PHI am Try an4
very easy to tz'so. One or tvrc pills nukua dom.
They are strictly Tiretiblc ami do not prrp or
purpe. bntby their pen tlea-tus ploanoaii whl
nse tiiero. lnTuliiatUcenu-, bveforlL ft.'iJ
try druggists ovarj-whcxit or sent by maii.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSF.. SHALLPfciCr
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. Pharmacist
PBBacnimoB-a a BraciaLTT.
Fourth Ave. andTwentv-Third St
'O u,; 2 ' dim iiniarkliaial
wrmmrvmw w k 1 mmsiw rr inis wirtnr
pom. Crw 4 Urnm UMaMwwwa, ntnc IM, fWilv
OaMBtisMasMa tffwiU f Fl-tr-M thrvrn U
PA RTH. rwUsnoir tlbvwi u II K LT H aa4 VMKOI m WT IMVT1L
BhaMrto Umii U ltMii. r forfeit t.0i t Mi
IMCkT a4 Mfavrv i fni- fiw ami mm. mrt rM rr
Mfith arH tn thrs- nuaattt. Km14 Mtnebiwn Vrvm.
BAKDEB ELECTRIC CO.. iWUttecuiCAU.lU.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO's
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IS Maiden Lane, N. Y. Branch: Marlon,
Ind. For aale by T H. Tbotaaa, Drnriet, Rock
Island. 111. sep. 2-dm
I SORE CUR ' SEWMMl, NEPVOUS
1 al URiNA? TRGl.'SUS l 10UH0.
I MirOlt-'GEO aaJ O'.D Kt i
jt :ihch irztTwn. a ukcea-
TAiliTTf OX 0!S&PFClhTU(IT.
treatmcntoa trial ij rttar ai) ('r r'!--":!- rrr.
THEfE"! J DrtUC CO.,
oolaaEts.fortheC.8. 189 WIS.ST..M IWAUiti, wi
U 1 1 CI Tl k L ' C Teaches elniienis a
inkLkllKL W trade an
them In railroad service.
dctih ivr rircnisr..
VALENTINE BROS ,
13-H JaXaeviLL. Wis.
zuaj 1011 n x
B ( GEO. P.
irvvFT 1. a- il l
XrwsFAFca Auvxa-nsi!o Bimau I0 Bpruoa
1 nwnj, wosra butct-
t sina eootrmats may
AT THI3 LIST AND
FRANK G. YOUNG.
Mince meat, home made,
Ilnyler's butter cups,
P. Emilien olives,
Can pine apples,
; Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Beet Extract.
! Durkee Salad Dressing,
Lee and Perrin Sauce,
Huntley and Palmer Wafrrs,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
j Oysters, Celery
And lots of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
Telephone No. 1 ICS.
QCLS 123AL, Tftr.TH, 1373.
W. Baker & Co.
from w-liirh tli azevaa of
oil has been removeU, is
ami it in Soluble.
are used ia its preparation. It ha
more than three times the tlrenjth of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing Uss tha:i one cent
n c'p. It is doliciou", nourishing,
Btrcncrthuniug, eakilv digested.
aud a.!:nira!)!y odtjitcd for invalids
an well for persons in health.
Sold by Crocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorsbester, fte.
J. M. BUFORO,
TV M Ftra an TtaM ortari
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Ma a Ww M ar r.tta - am awa
Yw :cvatr I. a mb
John Volk & Co.,
w anafactarcra of
Paah. Doora. Eliada. Bidiag. Ploorinj.
aa! a'J kinds of arood work for tm'.Wara.
KiBhvaetW :.. Nr mird and TovrxM aa,
B. E. and
(Member American Ticaet Broker' Aaatn)
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OPTICS Id Adam Ezprwaa Ofice ander
Cj ni..r..'n.pi4aiiiia.s'i.v itfti
- "t I trwari-- aj.-J UafaTuiora
uc duu lar a aia.
"Situatlmi wantrdaad "Qth)" ruU lasenrd
one week la the Dan y Asatra FUEB.
For Sale. Krat. Eiehaoge and Miscellaaeoaa
wants inMTted on day st le per w.ird; Uirre
days at c per word aad one week at c per
r tirix additino, Soatk Bork l.laad. west of
Milan road. Eoqoi e st No. Hit Sero. 4 arease.
ICKLT KCRx'!HtD ROOM FX) A TWO
Itanresaea al art Twentieth atrset.
WANTEI A MTCATIOM AS KXCIXEER
by acomps'eat yoanf snan who is slrady
aed carab: cao famish best rf recresce. Ad
drt 161.1 Srcoid arene. 14
WANTED A BOOM-MATE BY AN ENCI
aeer, a acat farntshrd front room, lilt Third
aenir. at.ie, wbo only ccspw. It It Hani
mmi Pi fur f 1; or for two gestlessra i cr
ANTED GEN Est A L STATE AGENT TO
open hradaaartrrs ta soma pnaeisal city, at-
some exclusive cnntnJ cf oat batiaess and ap
point local aad sea-areou ta rrerr city ta this
riate. food well known staple a Boar, ta not.
rraal demanfl. and pay a act profit of SO lo ino
per cent. Adareaa Taa Uma Coaraat,
Broadway, New lotk.
$200.00 aad Upwards
Tot sale, secured on l&n J worti fro a:
three t) 2 to tirse the annual
of the loan.
Interest 7 pet cvr.i sesl ancatj. cotvcied ana
remitted fret- of charg.
E. W. HUSST.
irro-urzY at L
P.oo-i S as.d 4 Vasotec Tt- ..o
THE KOLIHE SAVISBS 9AKK
(Chaned by the LeirUrcre or nnoia.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daUy rrora A. M. to I P. M .. aad oaTser
day sal aatarday ETeniacr frox 7 to
lLteret Allowed oa Deserts At the rs.t
cf 4 rtrr Cent, per Annum.
Deposits receiyedia amonnts of
$1 and Upwards.
Tne prorate property of tie TruCecs is respoa
aibM to the depottar. The o9cts are prohibl
tn4 from bnrruwla acyrf !: Bnry. htmcrr
and married women proiocted by epecal iaw.
Omraa-: W. WwanocK. Prc.ldert; roa
Tiasaiasxa, Vice PrM-.d:; C. F. Uxaarwar.
Tarsrraa : S. W. Wbse'-ock, Porter tluix-r,
C. r. Qomrttwar. J f Has Ueas. (i. U Edwards,
11 1 ram mnur. a. n. rurui, 4. a. Aeator. U.
H. Hmeaway, C. Vltxtbam.
Tln oaUy caar.
trred aarlnpt BaaA la Back
Ali EJMrS OP
Cast Iron Work
done. A spedaJ-.y of rnnusLlnx aU kind
of Stores with fWlrg. ot S seat
A MACHINE SHOP
Us bean added where an kind, of scachlae
work will bs done rtlasa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
W. C. MUCKER.
Bariac parchased the
Property whch he baa had rttt'd for Lae ta
ta! sa.iceM. ia now prepared to accsa
Day end Regular Boarding
at very reaaonahU pricoa.
Be ia aoo ef agod la Ua
at the sasse paoe with a caste lot at Groceries.
rara prodaot a saacamitr.
A. D. HUESING.
slaWkoaamMiA am I mm m Jklaaaa I awa a aaaaf m.
naowa nralasuraocelvmipaBiaa aofoUoan&c:
Bnyal lasarane Company, mt Bnriaad.
earaester Pirs laa. Coajpany of -. Y.
Buffalo Oermaa laa.Ca. Baffalo. K. T.
Rochester Gormaa Ins. Co, Bochawtaa', K. T.
Ciusrna Ins. Co.. of Pmsbarsh, Pa.
raa fire OSos. Loadoa.
Uaioa las. Co., of Caiifors.
Hacanty Ins. Co.. New aun, Coa.
Mllwaaae Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwaakoc.Wis
Seraaa Tire las. tXk,of rworA. LU,
OSce Cor. 19vh St., and Second Ave.
BOCK Id LAND. ILL.
After years siatrWnee la teattlu Is:r
mental km, I w.li promwe yon more theory with
rm lesson for the kast raobey of acy laachrr ia
nador onr anperrisloa. anvea each )aralle papll.
Teacb will aav xsoaey to order their Masic
Books of as. Cue-third off of marked one oat
eaeet saasat to every one. Lssts orders, asmlaf
aaiaor. at my moitc rooms, laul oecood areaaa.
Wiatu a specia'ty of teaching tnexserWncad
teachers how to teach.
Aadresa ma at lue Brady C Daswaport. Ia.
lad. C. A. VlalUg.
Dr. S. E. 1MBEABY
(Laie of Ciciaaati. ChlaJ
Has Permanently Located im
Ia the past elrlrt axn.Ua he baa ttfeeesfar
Uate4 anore thaa
of the snort severe character, Drepcia:art are:
rtJ t'ATE AM
tiuch cuu al rLeumatlao eural
pia. acrofula. asthaa, caianh. heart
diMaae, all kinlts of nrrrcioa diacaaes,
eoiry. chore aod eerroaa proetra
tinna. Ia fact aJl cLroaic ct lot stand
rositirely and Pentaaett! Cored cr
ItT Lot ot htaahaad. ValBa Weakaeaa. aat
trrurs of Voath. porX.w'j aad peaaeaCy
19 rW.jTtly ao case Uken ttat cacaot be
oareaL Ctorreepoadeare acxnsapatled by ac ta
atamse proaatly answered.
OSce McOalloajrt's New Bioca.
VT. Th'rJ Street, ner Main,
Undertaking and Emba!min4;
Duaick Block. No. fl SCch Su. FocA IsUava.
n1tr irrr-xma a rorpU t lice of r4rrtak
Uuc f ooua. with heerae aijd attpaarteaaces. and
haTtnr s cored tar sert tcrs of Hr.liM. K. Bawd.
of Chacacn. aa sipcrt I carrel cUrertor aad cav-
Daimer 01 is year rrprrmte, I am reLy pre
pafd lo jrearactre sauacUoa.
j-TATE O? ILUNOIS,
Hoes lakaxa Corarr. fM
In tne etrtnt: conrt ef Pock Irlaad coaaty. Ta
Bnbmct.rit, vs. t. aar! as C. DarJaaa aaA
Watford P. II artmaa.
PaMic U4tre I b-rrrr-y fiwm to the ssUCsaaiee
C Hart test, srd anra t. Hartaaaa. aat a wnt
of aaarbment teard oat of Ue fc of (be
rVrsofaitd Rock l.laad caeety circuit covn,
dd the arret trrntb day cf Jat-aary A. D. ISM.
ia the eai: oflae aa:d Uubrrt C. Jrweta aad
a?atat the eetabftbe said Cwmu C. liariaaaa
scd hatford P. Uarutaa. for t&e earn cf Owe
Tbaaul Fire Uaadred nd ff:r dl era
. I l.TAO 1 1 . d rrrtrdlatbe shrrj of ttxh Ialaad
owaiy. wtt hskit wnt bs bt-ea inirsw ex-rcew-d:
row tax-rt-fore aaje yes. t& aaad Saa-t-ti
P iaKaa and a.a. C. fiajratan ehail
p. rr.tjj y be sad s; sear Urfufy the l: J l.uUL
Nlatd ceoiy c mil coert.o or W-fere lb ln
day 4 :be tiert Ite U.rnaf. to be bcra at tbe
cverl boeae la the rtty rf hnk laUtid. m said
n:y. r th Crt atvnday t4 afar A. I. 1WL.
ne k I aad pl-ad im tbe ad f4aat:a" artaias.
istrav-et will bv eaer.4 iruut ye aad ta
f tr of the sat j Hobrrt C. Jrarti. st mach
of fbe prcprnv a'Urbed as may be sfliraent as
aatlafy Ibc.aid j :d;aet.t saa cevtf. wt4 be aM
to rmtttj tbe asne.
hoch l. a--d.iu, Jan. u. I tl.
GEORGE W owf ir ri.
1 faa A HraT. I'ia al g . Atitwrys.
By rinse of as eseealina and fee bTI He. CCA.
fesardootef Utdrrt iilal ta rm. ..
of lUxtL .la d cnewly. ta tbe state of lUaaeM.
aad lease directed. berr by 1 sai ceeasoaoded to
nau ue aaaoeot or a crnaia iiiliaiisl ninaMli
obtained arait4 Pralerb k bf Wmt. .J
TbeM'Oormirk narveetiac VkIim eosiay.
evt 4 tbe isaoa. warartu. roods a&d Lbatte ia
cf Co ml dvfradaata. I Lata m, ta
folio :tAt penpertr. ae-wit :
UMtLrpa.tabluck bre a. h IVkaaet A
Tmmnf aldi Joa ae Musa. foraMeTy -Cteara
laeioaLty of Lk L.ad at4 r M of
rbrrrfnre. arenrdlnr to aed roaunaad I ahaSes
foe eV aine bhc aactiua all tW rU'bt, ere
sad taker rf tbe aaeve asset. Prea.eKA Bt.
Be. s sad to tbe above dairnUd teeprery. oa
Tbaralay. tbe t h Cey ef rsbrsary, tl. attt
o cuck a m . a tbe aorU oeer tbe court hease
lathe city of fcera fs'aad. la Ue eeetrfy of stack
Llaa4 aad state of Ibo:.. fur cash U haad. t
setwfy aai4 raerattoa and fe bi.l
beJed at hterk Islaad Uk erooad sv of PcW
ary. A. It. Itft C. U.OOklMV
enl of Bork laiaat ovaatv. V daeav.
Eetate of rtaairl htosber. deceased.
The aaaersxaed bavm- aera apxsed adaala
laua'ae. .Ik tbe enll saaraea. of tbe ewlate of
fjaall Bfhk :.t. mk - - ' - - l. k . .
state of 111 now. drcraavd. berrby rtvee aotice
r. -u oocviy re art of
(aiaaa coitry. ax tr trace or tbe dark of
d enart. la tbe eitr CT kveck Islaad. at taa
Herca term, oa u. im atui.. i at - .
'-' .jrmes asvtaf Ciataas i
said estate are aotAed aad reoaae-d ae
for the warnoae ef atthf
"rwT payment to the VAderateaed.
me -w, ea eva VBf er-1 0 I jj . (f . bbTVI e
LCTUXK U. AOWaklnt. Amtaleuaier.
v rta tbe araeaed
Qrrr abattoir toe KEanr.
Clerk. e. eOw. Eck Uaad. HI., eotil p. aa. Peb-'
'"'7 ae, i-wi. i or Tbe arafavgor tbe CKy Abattear
b! diaf . etteat4 at tbe weet ead of the oily
Iims. Tbe city ies.it. ta rifi to et-Wt aay
aad aj aide. kOfcEKT KwEHLEK.
Bork I.lat.d. III.. Jataary tSA. HaVi
jjoTICE OF lilBSOLCTIOJr. .
Tbe (aftmLIp terptofore eaiet'ji wad
arm basse 4 Brat iaM AOt. eeaeieuae of
Brer k man. Bacs tasle-e. Prrd ksoxAskea.
Jimsraoa aad P-ele rleeo. M by as
ecrresatat tats day diaolved. Jaeub Bwt
eanne pei-aaaec lae trtetawt Of Uarkd dam
and leledsf n. t - -niitx it rta
K.jtmnxtf is iiie are bene, the aa.
before. AU oeistsadirr aeoats ataK ae
to iarab ttrutkaae,trearr.
tto'k l.laad. sen li. 1-Vl.
r-'C ti h a'AiowV44
' M''ir r---w aue
i TitTUm Uaad latd
LTacs.U.'',- t sL'evr-rjT .
m - J i h.i ii i a v H
Ptt m w .
m. m. aa. A
1 1 aaUa toe jt ia
VI swtA by - as; ismilL